AC Milan have completed yet another sale as Frank Tsadjout has joined newly-promoted Cremonese on a permanent basis, it has been confirmed.
Tsadjout spent time with the Milan youth sector but never made his senior debut for the club, instead going on four loans spells starting with Charleroi in Belgium and then going to Cittadella, Pordernone and Ascoli in Italy, the latter being for the second half of 2021-22.
As MilanNews and Daniele Longo report, his latest exit from Milan is not only now official but it is permanent too. Cremonese – who are back in Serie A – have deposited the contract of the striker who will join on a permanent basis and not a loan, as mentioned.
He becomes the latest player to depart the club this summer after Samu Castillejo joined Valencia on a permanent deal while Leo Duarte made his loan move to İstanbul Başakşehir a permanent deal too.