AC Milan continue their work on the market. In fact, these days are decisive for the attack of Giampaolo, who most likely won’t have Andre Silva and Cutrone at his disposal next season.
For the sales of the two strikers, Milan have relied on super-agent Jorge Mendes. In recent days, contacts between Wolverhampton and Cutrone have intensified. Both clubs have already reached an agreement on the basis of around €20m including bonuses.
However, the striker is not yet convinced, which is the missing piece of the puzzle. Meanwhile, the negotiations between Andre Silva and Monaco, for now, are blocked. Furthermore, it seems that the French side have decided to abandon their pursuit.
The Portuguese striker won’t join his teammates in the USA, instead, he has returned to Milanello as he is not in the plans of Giampaolo. Within 15 days, Milan should be able to find a new club for Andre Silva, as Angel Correa will be brought in to replace him and Cutrone.