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Official: AC Milan Sell Promising Danish Goalkeeper To Cremonese in Serie B

The keeper had promising start to life in Italy but has slightly faded and would struggle to keep pace with the first team.

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AC Milan v Spezia Calcio - Serie A Photo by Jonathan Moscrop/Getty Images

AC Milan have officially announced on their website the sale of Primavera goalkeeper Andreas Jungdl to Cremonese in Serie B. The Denmark U21 international has been with the Rossoneri youth system for four years where he made 34 appearances for the Primavera side keeping 13 clean sheets.

Jungdal spent last season on loan in Austria with SCR Altach where he played 6 games keeping 1 clean sheet before a hamstring injury side lined him and he lost the starting spot.

The 21 year old was expected to potentially take a big step forward and follow in the footsteps of Gianluigi Donnarumma to jump up from the youth system to the first team. Unfortunately, he seems to be following a different route and it is shocking to see that he will leave with no transfer fee despite being highly rated.

Gianluca di Marzio is reporting that he joins for zero cash but Milan have a future resale clause expected to be at about 30%.