Wednesday, September 20, 2017

AC Milan lower asking price for Carlos Bacca

Italian giants AC Milan have been forced to lower their asking price for Colombian forward Carlos Bacca.

After receiving a couple of offers in the region of €30 million, the Rossoneri were hoping to sell the experienced forward for said amount, but it looks as though that will not be possible.

Namely, Bacca’s price has dropped as he struggled for form and playing time in the second part of the season, and AC Milan officials are aware they will have to consider lower proposals.

Everything suggests that the Colombian will be leaving San Siro for greener pastures in the summer, with free-spending Marseille one of his suitors.

OM are desperate to recruit a high-quality centre forward and considering that they also have a lot of money to spend, we would not be surprised if they end up winning the chase for the 30-year-old footballer who netted 31 times in 67 Serie A appearances.

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