Andre Silva has said goodbye to his AC Milan team-mates ahead of his move to Eintracht Frankfurt, according to a report.
The Portugal international has been continuously linked with an exit this summer, and was close to moving to Monaco in a €30m deal last month.
That ended up falling through due to financial disagreements as Monaco’s vice president revealed, but now it seems Silva has finally got his move.
Despite starting in Saturday’s win over Brescia, Sunday’s edition of il Corriere della Sera – as cited by MilanNews.it – claimed that the former Porto star is still in fact up for sale.
Later in the day it emerged that the Rossoneri had sealed a deal for Eintracht’s Ante Rebic, and that Silva would head the other way on loan.
Now, La Gazzetta dello Sport‘s Nicolo Schira has provided more information via his Twitter account.
He states that Silva had sushi with friends during his last night in Milano, before he flies to Germany to complete a two-year loan move worth €2.5million per year.
Ultima notte milanese per Andre #Silva che domani mattina volerà a Francoforte per visite mediche e firma sul contratto con l'#Eintracht. Cena con gli amici a base di sushi per l'attaccante portoghese che lascia il #Milan in prestito biennale e guadagnerà 2,5 milioni +bonus annui
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) September 1, 2019