Jens Petter Hauge seems to be living his last few days as an AC Milan player, with his move to Eintracht Frankfurt reportedly being very close to completion.
As reported by Gazzetta dello Sport this morning, the sale of the Norwegian talent is about to unlock, with his transfer to Frankfurt being practically done for a fee of around 12 million euros.
But now an important detail has emerged regarding the player’s move to the Bundesliga, with Milan set to include a favourable clause in the contract with the German club.
According to Antonio Vitiello from Milannews.it, it is likely that the Rossoneri will retain a future resale percentage in the deal that will see Hauge join Frankfurt in the coming hours.
— Antonio Vitiello (@AntoVitiello) August 7, 2021
After a disappointing spell at the San Siro, the 21-year-old thus seems on his way out of the club. What must be noted is the capital gain from the player’s sale, which, however, is expected to be reinvested in the final weeks of the transfer market.