Ante Rebic will go into the summer market off the back of a difficult season with AC Milan during which he struggled to contribute as a result of not being able to stay fit.
Rebic did have a good start to the campaign and showed his value as an option off the bench to change the tactical approach during the last few games en-route to a 19th Scudetto, but at the end of the season his contribution reads 3 goals and 2 assists, which is down by quite a large amount from the previous two seasons.
As reported today by Tuttosport (via MilanNews), the Croatian was mainly used mainly as an alternative to Olivier Giroud rather than Leao on the left flank and he could be considered as such also in the future.
However, Rebic is not part of the list of unsellable players that the management have drafted up. Therefore, if significant or advantageous offers arrive, these will be taken into consideration.