A new hypothesis has opened up regarding the future of Ante Rebic as Milan continue to run into the same obstacle, a report claims.
There has been a lot of talk over the last few weeks about making Rebic’s stay at Milan a permanent one. He joined on a two-year dry loan (no option to buy) from Eintracht Frankfurt and was the top scorer in 2019-20, netting 11 goals in Serie A.
According to Thursday’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Milan want to buy the Croatia international permanently from Eintracht, who in turn want to keep André Silva who went the other way on the same terms.
However, there is the problem linked to the 50% resale clause that Fiorentina have on Rebic, a clause they negotiated when selling him to the Bundesliga club.
Among the hypotheses under consideration is the idea of extending the loan of the two players for a third year, which would thus take the two players to the end of their contracts with their respective clubs, making them free to sign with the other team.