GdS: Hauge’s future destined to be in Germany as Milan eye capital gain

By Isak Möller -

Just one year after joining the club from Bodo/Glimt for around €4m, Jens Petter Hauge’s adventure in Italy is about to come to an end. With several clubs interested, Milan are eyeing the capital gain. 

The Norwegian winger didn’t get much playing time towards the end of this past season. In fact, after scoring a late equaliser against Sampdoria (which turned out to be crucial), he didn’t play a single more minute for the Rossoneri.

And that action could be his last with the Milan shirt, as reported by Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews). He has offers from Bundesliga, with the likes of Eintracht Frankfurt and Wolfsburg interested, and the price tag is set at around €12m.

Considering that they paid €4m, Milan will make a nice capital gain and they will be able to reinvest the money on the market. Everything can happen on the market, though, so we will have to wait for more updates.

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Tags AC Milan Eintracht Frankfurt Jens Petter Hauge Wolfsburg

7 Comments

  1. Aaditya verma says:

    Just add a buyback clause for the future and sell him to entracht it would be good place to develop hauge and we can easily bring him back in future he need to develop and we don’t want to regret our decision of losing him so this is actually a safer bet

  2. SheerWill96 says:

    Why sell for €12m now when you can easily get up to €40m for him in two years(on the condition that he’s given the chance to thrive)? I guess Maldini only has eyes for defensive talents and nothing more.

    1. Sally says:

      It’s pioli’s fault imo. Maldini only sell the one deem surplus. Pioli never use him

  3. Joe101 says:

    at least tell us what the flying fock happened between him and Pioli

    I gained more grey hair from this than I did from my marriage

    1. sheva7 says:

      Pioli hates him because he’s white

  4. Adrian says:

    I hope Borussia Dortmund gets him for 12 and sell him in a year for 60 to show Milan how you actually gain capital from young players

  5. Juro says:

    Why the need to sell him?? To fund other transfers?? Didn’t we save all that $$ not resigning Donnaruma to use on transfers? Why so we need to sell our young talent then (Hauge Poegba)? Let’s face it Elliot is taking us for a ride. It’s all BS. We aren’t spending money unless we sell first. So all the noise about not signing Donnaruma will allow us to spend that & on other players is BS – otherwise we would t have to sell Jauge and Poegba. Disgrace

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