Colombian striker Carlos Bacca appears to be nearing closer to AC Milan exit as his official representative admitted the 30-year-old could be leaving in the January window.
The experienced centre forward rejected several good offers to leave the Rossoneri last summer, but a lot has changed since.
Bacca is no longer happy to remain at AC Milan and he instead wants out after clashing with both head coach Vincenzo Montella and club chiefs.
Paris Saint-Germain and few other top clubs appear ready to make their moves, and the striker’s agent has now added fuel to speculation.
“Carlos is with the Rossoneri, but he is followed by all the major European clubs,” agent Sergio Barila told Il Corriere dello Sport.
“Therefore, if there are interesting offers, the situation could change.”
Seeing as how they were ready to cash in on the Colombian in the summer, chances are AC Milan will not stand in the player’s way this winter.
The Rossoneri will have to sign him a replacement considering that they are enjoying a very successful campaign and are priced at 7/4 to secure a top 3 finish.