AC Milan are moving towards being able to confirm that Ante Rebic will be staying beyond his loan deal, a report claims.
Having arrived late in the summer window on a two-year dry loan from Eintracht Frankfurt – with Andre Silva moving the other way – Rebic struggled to adapt to life back in Serie A up until the winter break.
In 2020 though he exploded, netting 12 goals in all competitions to become the club’s top scorer for the season, and now multiple reports are claiming that Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are working hard to turn his loan into a permanent deal.
Massara even announced at Tuesday’s press conference that Milan want to jump the gun and get the 26-year-old in, and one of Fali Ramadani’s associates was at Casa Milan later in the day suggesting things are moving.
According to Calciomercato.com, in Mondau’s meeting with Ramadani, Milan reached an agreement for Rebic’s new contract that will be above €3million net per yer.
Now the parties are working to finalise the final details with Eintracht Frankfurt on the transfer fee, without forgetting that Fiorentina hold a 50% percentage on future resale.
The negotiation is at an advanced stage and is close to being complete, while the talks relating to Andrè Silva are not linked to the situation of the Croatian international.