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AC Milan Reportedly Have Agreed Fee In Principle With Eintracht Frankfurt For On Loan Striker

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Ante Rebic has lit up the San Siro since January and a permanent move seems all but certain.

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Daniele Longo of Calcio Mercato is reporting that AC Milan have a base agreement with Eintracht Frankfurt for attacker Ante Rebic for 25 million euros. The striker has been on fire in the second half of the season scoring 11 goals in all competitions, Milan owned Andre Silva who went the other way did similarly well ending his season with 16 goals in all competitions. The report indicates that both clubs are happy with their on-loan players and are looking to make the deals permanent this summer thus cutting short the two year loan deal. The clubs are working towards a straight swap deal or sales worth equal amounts. Fiorentina is a stumbling block as they are due to receive 50% of Rebic’s sell on value.

Sky via MilanLive.it are also reporting of a verbal agreement on the 25 million valuation of Rebic but note that this will only be exercised next summer after the completion of his two-year loan deal. They also note that the valuation could change depending on the coming months. The report notes that Ralf Rangnick will also have a say in the matter before any decisions are made.