Bacca is without a goal in the last four Serie A games; it’s pretty safe to say that Carlos Bacca is not in the form of his life.
The Colombian ace had already gone through a similar goal drought two other times since his arrival at AC Milan in summer 2015 and all the Rossoneri fans should not be too worried about the striker’s struggles in front of the goal.
Trouble is, the peluca is not on very good terms with Vincenzo Montella either. The Italian tactician had an argument with his striker last Sunday during AC Milan’s 1-0 win over Pescara and there was no meeting between them yesterday to clarify themselves.
Montella believes that Carlos Bacca is not that kind of striker who can adapt to his style. The former Sevilla star is a classic center forward who doesn’t help his teammates to defend and build attacking actions, but is a more static forward who mainly waits for his teammates to provide the assists for his goals.
Bacca could start from the bench the next Serie A game against Palermo and, looking at the bigger picture, a January sale of the Colombian striker could be also in the cards as the player’s agent Silvano Martina has recently confirmed that many clubs are chasing his client, including PSG and Valencia.