Jens Petter Hauge is one step away from leaving Milan, just one year after arriving at the club. The Rossoneri have reached an agreement with Eintracht Frankfurt, following a few weeks of negotiations.
According to Sky Italia, as cited by Francesco Nasato, Hauge will join Eintracht Frankfurt on loan with an obligation to buy, and not an option. The clause will be set at €12m, meaning Milan will make a nice capital gain.
They paid around €4m to Bodo/Glimt for the services of the winger just one year ago, meaning they tripled their investment. Of course, Hauge has a lot of potential and thus it’s always tough to assess if a sale is the right decision.
Either way, the feeling is that this will help fund the remainder of the market. Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara aren’t done yet and will be looking to reinforce the squad a bit more.