Mediaset: Rebic closing in on move to Fenerbahce – Milan could net decent fee

By Oliver Fisher -

Ante Rebic seems destined to leave AC Milan during the summer transfer window and Fenerbahce appear to be leading the race, a report claims.

Milan made their stance clear regarding Rebic’s future when they did not even call him up for the squad that will take part in the tour of the USA and the friendlies against Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona.

There has been a lot of talk about Besiktas being interested in the Croatian, but SportMediaset (via PianetaMilan) are reporting that he seems to be closing in on a move to their Turkish Süper Lig rivals Fenerbahçe.

Rebic is about to accept the offer from the Istanbul club, with the former Eintracht Frankfurt man sought as a replacement for Arda Güler in the attacking department, who ended up at Real Madrid.

Milan meanwhile should receive an amount of around €6-7m for a permanent exit, which would satisfy them.

Tags AC Milan Ante Rebic


  1. The Rebic case reminds me of Kalinic in 2018. We had all sorts of problems getting him to leave and one day, thankfully, we were rid of this nuisance.

  2. I don’t like Tomori’s carelessness. Use this money to bring Scalvini or Nino fo CB. And then Singo or GUGA GOMES as Calabria’s deputy.

    1. Tomori with the ball is a huge liability. It is not carelessness, he is technically poor. I hope Kalulu will come back strong and make it to starting 11.

  3. Once a good player now simply forgotten how to play football. One of the clumsiest players in the league last season. Gives the ball away almost all the time and sounding OK with it. Contributes nothing to the team. 6 mil is good for him+ getting rid of his high salary.

  4. If we can get 6 million, I’d be surprised. I don’t really know what happened to him after his first two seasons. A shadow of the player he once was. And I used to really like his contributions.

    And then he had that outburst with Pioli. Yeah, definitely time to depart.

  5. Injuries, loss of timing, speed and confidence killed him. Also the lack of technical quality in our midfield hurt him. He didn’t have the mobility to create chances alone. Usually quick one twos with Ibra or lovely service from midfield, overlapping midfield runs, with nice intechange with the likes of Kessie, saw him score goals. That was missing, most of his points or goals were as a CF or LW. So the lack of regular playing time saw his performance levels dwindle.

    He can still be a good player, not sure if he is the type of player that can do so as a focal point in an attack, nor as a substitute. He is very dependent of the other players he is on the field with.

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