According to Sky Italia’s Gianluca Di Marzio, free agent Milan Badelj has his heart set on a move to Milan.
In fact, the Croatian midfielder has put all the other offers on hold, including an important one from Zenit. Badelj reportedly wants to wait and see what will happen after AC Mian’s shareholders’ meeting on Saturday.
Badelj moved to Fiorentina in 2014 from Hamburger SV and has played in 108 games, while finding the back of the net six times. The 29-year-old has also had a successful career with the Croatian national team, although he only played three games at the World Cup coming off the bench twice. He did, however, find the back of the net once and assist another goal during the tournament, despite the limited playing time.