Not only reinforcements but also sales. The AC Milan management is working hard to construct a competitive squad at Stefano Pioli’s disposal and is also looking to send some players away to raise funds. One of these players is also Jens Petter Hauge.
The Norwegian youngster arrived at the San Siro last October after impressing the club management in a Europe League qualifier for his former club Bodo/Glimt. The transfer fee was reported to be between 4 and 5 million euros.
The 21-year-old’s first season abroad was somewhat two-faced. Despite scoring 5 goals across all competitions, Hauge never really obtained the full confidence of coach Pioli who used him very sporadically, especially in Serie A.
And now, after less than a year at Milanello, it seems that his story at the club is coming to a bitter end.
As reported by Gazzetta dello Sport (via Milannews.it), Hauge is on his way to Eintracht Frankfurt, with the transfer being practically completed.
The report adds that the only thing that is missing for the completion of the move is choosing the day on which the young striker will undergo his medical checkups with the German club.