AC Milan director Zvonomir Boban regrets not getting the signing of winger Angel Correa over the line in the summer, a report claims.
We reported via out mercato expert Vito Angele that Milan met with Correa’s agents, with whom they found an agreement based on a five-year contract.
The player even accepted the destination, while Milan had to wait to know the future of Andre Silva before sealing the signing of Correa. Di Marzio even claimed that he was close to arriving in a €55m deal.
However, in the end the Argentine did not arrive and instead remained at Atletico, where he has amassed four goals and five assists in 18 league games thus far for Los Rojiblancos.
According to Calciomercato.com – who cite reports in Spain – Zvonimir Boban regrets not having brought Correa to Milan. He wanted the 24-year-old at all costs and he tried his best to bring him to the San Siro last summer, but now his price has exploded and for Milan he is not in budget, the report concludes.