AC Milan have officially announced that they have definitively sold Primavera goalkeeper Andreas Jungdal to US Cremonese.
The deal was rumoured to be in the pipeline for some time, and on their official website Milan have confirmed that the Dane has moved to fellow Serie A side Cremonese on a permanent deal.
The club wish Jungdal all the best for the continuation of his sporting career, which will continue with a senior side given that at the age of 21 he is ready for the next step in his young career.
Jungdal spent the second half of last season on loan at SCR Altach and made six appearances for the Austrian side. He departs having made 34 appearances in total for the Primavera, who have signed Noah Raveyre as their new No.1.
Gianluca Di Marzio, as cited by Francesco Nasato, reported that there is no transfer fee involved, but the Rossoneri have included a future resale clause (believed to be around 30%).