AC Milan have said goodbye to Jens Petter Hauge after less than a year as the winger is all set for a new adventure in Germany, according to a report.
Calcomercato.com writes that the former Bodo/Glimt forward will leave for Germany on Sunday and on Monday he will carry his medical examinations with Eintracht Frankfurt. The formula of the operation is that of a loan with the obligation to buy set at €12m.
After a first offer of €7-8m was made by the Bundesliga side – one that was rejected by the Rossoneri management – a relaunch came from the German side as they fulfilled the requests of Paolo Maldini and the other directors.
The operation has been closed on loan with an obligation to buy and Hauge will say farewell to Milan after just one season, though the Diavolo will make a nice capital gain on the sale of the 22-year-old.