AC Milan are closing in on the signing of Ante Rebic on a permanent basis, reports claim, after the Rossoneri found an agreement with the player.
Following a successful second half of the season, it’s clear that Milan want to lock down Rebic on a permanent deal. The Croatian arrived on a two-year loan from Eintracht Frankfurt but is destined to stay it seems, having netted 11 goals in Serie A and being crowned the club’s top scorer for the season.
Gianluca Di Marzio reported on Monday how an agreement was reached between Milan and Rebic’s agent Fali Ramadani over a contract for his client, should he remain. Now, Milan have to negotiate with Eintracht Frankfurt.
According to what is being reported by MilanNews, the deal for Rebic is not linked to that of Andrè Silva, who moved to the Bundesliga side on the same terms in what was essentially a loan swap.
Milan want to keep the 26-year-old regardless of Eintracht’s decision on the Portuguese striker, and on Monday the Rossoneri management did indeed an agreement with Rebic over his contract that will come into force when his move is made permanent.