Di Marzio: Jungdal leaves Milan for free but clause has been included

By Isak Möller -

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.

Tags AC Milan Andreas Jungdal Cremonese


  1. I didn’t want to join the comments ‘bandwagon’ on the Milan primavera naysayers. But I guess it’s kind of obvious now that our Primavera has no value what-so-ever. Jungdal is supposed to be one of those considered as creme of the crop in the primavera, didn’t get a shot at the first team, and now joins a serie B side FOR FREE. And he isn’t the only one following this trend. We are not using them in the first team, neither are we cashing in on them, so what’s the point. If I were the parents or representatives of any of these young promising starlets, especially those from abroad, AC Milan would be bottom of the list of clubs I would consider moving to. Cod you come here you risk ending up in an abyss. Good thing Kerkez got smart quick.
    It’s a shame really

    1. Not exactly because you do realize that this year we are only allowed to loan out 7 players and from 2024 only 6 players so its more about loaning out the right ones and either selling or letting lose of those you wont bet on. Last season we were allowed to loan out max 8 players by the way.

  2. That’s why we need to implement the Next Generation team in Serie C, like Juve. That’s how we give out Primavera graduates game time without giving them away for free.

    1. Absolutely but i really believe that should have happened from the start when when it became an option in 2017 or something. Good way to guarantee players some minutes against older and more experienced players while if planned correctly making players more accustomed to the style our first team if the u23 team plays with the same formation. it could also be a springboard for easier loaning out players to serie b or a teams so im in full agreement with you here Vnrossoneri.

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