AC Milan appear to have made the decision not to sign Aster Vranckx on a permanent deal from Wolfsburg, a report claims.
The 20-year-old midfielder arrived on loan from Wolfsburg last summer but struggled for playing time under Stefano Pioli especially in the second half of the season, which had thrust his future into doubt.
Vranckx is currently with the Belgian national team and then there will be time to clarify what comes next. However, as reported by TMW, Milan have decided not to use the €12m option to buy they inserted as part of the loan, but they do have until June 16 to change their mind.
The midfielder has already had enquiries from Premier League clubs and the Bundesliga side expect to get €12m from the sale of Vranckx, especially given that he is expected to be one of the protagonists of the U21 European Championships with Belgium over the summer.