CM: Milan to register €8m profit on sale of winger to Germany but the formula has changed

By Oliver Fisher -

Jens Petter Hauge has already packed his suitcase and is only waiting for the green light from Milan before he moves to Germany, according to a report.

As Calciomercato.com reports, a new adventure in the Bundesliga is waiting for him where he can show off all his indisputable talent, after a season in which he amassed five goals in his season away from Bodo/Glimt.

After a long and laborious negotiation, Milan and Eintracht Frankfurt have reached a total agreement on a figure of €12m, which is €8m more than the amount paid by Elliott Management to sign him from the Norwegian side in October of last year.

However, the formula has changed compared to what was expected, as Hauge will move to Germany on a loan with obligation to buy rather than a permanent deal now, but the Rossoneri management are still sure of a sizeable capital gain compared to what was paid.


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10 Comments

  1. Piru says:

    Nice move wanted to sell im for the money but now is a loan with obligation to buy.So the money that we our to get to use in this summer we are gonna receive him next summer nice move Milan management!

  2. Alek says:

    Fantastic profit, with this money we can buy any player in the world, maybe even Mbappe. In the modern football you can’t buy peanuts for this money. This really shouldn’t be written like achievement but rather as disappointment.

    1. Zymotix says:

      Nice shots Alek, Totally agree

    2. melcu says:

      For Caldara @ 35 mil and now we can’t sell him for 4.
      Donnaruma , Chalhanoglu and Bonaventura went for free.
      Andre Silva , Paqueta and Piatek all went for a loss about 40 mil toghether
      I think Hauge is the first on profit after a lot of time so drink up and celebrate..

      1. Alek says:

        Cheers 🙂

      2. Kelvin says:

        Bro your analysis is bullshit. There is what you call bad investment. Shot sightedness in business. Bonucci for caldera, is that a business. Was caldara a starting player for juve? No. If he is good will they swap him for an older player? Bonucci was our captain but who was caldera?
        Donna, calha, bona left for free what do you think was the problem? If you are in a club where thousands of players are linked to that club and they don’t sign, will you sign? This management are looking for quick fix not long term. Andre Silva for rebic, paqueta for 28m, just one season lost of form. I agree that piatek was a mistake but he is still young he can improve and still have a great career. Milan want capital gains but in reality foolish capital gain. Illic, over a young winger who is good but will be sold to buy 34yrs old. Wow. Look at Milan recent transfers persona+ money for conti, locatelli for who again. How old were this players? When milan chose old men over them. This owner are potatoes buyer not gold buyer

        1. RF says:

          Well said, cant agree more dude.

  3. Juro says:

    LOL we sell Hauge for peanuts and don’t get any money until next year??? Ha! What a fkn joke we are becoming! The worst part is now we cannot sign the best player on the planet – Illic!!!! LOLOLOLO. Fkn embarrassing

  4. Nelli says:

    Hopefully a change in the formula means a clause was added in Milan’s favor. Maybe instead of obligation it’s more like an option and if he preforms well Milan can get him back and if he doesn’t then it’s a capital gain. One can hope…

  5. Kelvin says:

    I feel your pain bro. Milan are gradually becoming a joke of a club. Milan can attract any player but they prefer to buy garbage. The craziest transfer would have been pogeba for illic. That would have been masterstroke of a transfer. Pass Tammy for giroud wow! Milan is a really foresighted club

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