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AC Milan Working On Permanent Deal For Croatian Attacker From Eintracht Frankfurt

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The attacker is a key part of Milan’s good form and could be bought outright even sooner.

AC Milan v Atalanta BC - Serie A Photo by Giuseppe Cottini/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Antonio Vitiello on Twitter is reporting that an associate of agent Fali Ramadani was present at Casa Milan yesterday as AC Milan continue to look to buy Ante Rebic outright this summer. The Croatia international was the club top scorer for 2019/20 with 12 goals in all competitions.

MilanNews.it are reporting that the deal for Rebic will not be linked to any move for Andre Silva who in currently on loan at Eintracht Frankfurt as they negotiate the deal for the attacker. The report reiterates that Milan and Rebic have agreed on personal terms and are currently working on the permanent deal with his parent club.

Calcio Mercato are reporting that Milan’s management are working to secure the permanent move of the 26 year old by overcoming the 50% resale clause issue with Fiorentina as Frankfurt do not want to lose that money. The report estimates that Frankfurt want 30-35 million euros for the attacker as a result of that clause which Milan are attempting to reduce.