Andre Silva’s move to Monaco has reportedly fallen through, but Milan are still working on bringing in Angel Correa from Atletico Madrid on a permanent basis.
The Rossoneri are looking to give Giampaolo a new striker ahead of the upcoming season, despite the availability of both Andre Silva and Cutrone for the second spot alongside Piatek.
The Portuguese striker was on the verge of completing a move to Monaco, but the deal fell through at the last minute as the two parties failed to reach an agreement on the personal terms. In other words, Milan won’t cash in €30m, at least not for now.
Today, Sky Italia reported that the Rossoneri will continue to move for Angel Correa, despite Andre Silva’s situation. The operation should cost €40m, and the clubs are now working to decide the bonuses.
Atletico Madrid’s sporting director, Andrea Berta, has been in Milan for a few days. However, he hasn’t met the Rossoneri management. In fact, the deal was closed by Zvone Boban during his trip to Madrid, with now only details left to sort as mentioned.