Andreas Jungal has agreed to join Serie B side Cremonese on a permanent basis and AC Milan have let him go for free. However, the Rossoneri have also included a key clause in the deal, a report claims.
Jungdal spent the final half of last season on loan at SCR Altach and made six appearances for the Austrian side. Since his return to Milan, the goalkeeper has been looking for a new club as he’s now a bit too old for the Primavera side (21 years).
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, as cited by Francesco Nasato, Milan have agreed to send the Dane to Cremeonese on a permanent basis. There is no transfer fee involved, but the Rossoneri have included a future resale clause (believed to be around 30%).
Cremonese played in the top flight last season but were relegated after finishing second to last. It’s a good opportunity for Jungdal to get consistent playing time and hopefully cement himself as a decent goalkeeper in Serie B.