Milan could be open to selling their top goalscorer should a massive offer be presented to them this summer.
Despite ending the season as Milan’s most reliable goalscorer with 18 goals and a spot in the Europa League still a possibility with a Coppa Italia victory, there is an air of uncertainty when talking about Carlos Bacca‘s future. As per Tuttosport, with interest pouring in from England and China, Milan may be willing to let the Colombian striker seek greener pastures however it would take a €30 million dollar or above offer to make the Rossoneri budge on a transfer. Milan will be hoping to recuperate the initial investment spent to sign Bacca from Europa League winners Sevilla, last summer
Bacca will turn 30 years old this Fall and wants another crack at a European competition. If Milan are unable to offer him that possibility, which will take knocking off Juventus in today’s Final for it to happen, then the 29-year old’s stay at the club could be short-lived.