After weeks of speculating regarding his future, Carlos Bacca could at last be off to Napoli. The Colombian forward has been linked with a move away from Milan and is believed to have rejected advances from Barclays Premier league side West Ham United in favour of a club playing in the Champions League this season.
In that respect, Napoli would certainly fit the bill and the two parties are reportedly already close to agreeing personal terms. Bacca had also been linked with moves to both Atletico Madrid and Arsenal, however neither club have presented a formal offer to either Bacca or the Rossoneri, leaving the Partneopei as sole contenders for his signature.
Napoli are likely to be in need of a new striker as Gonzalo Higuain looks likely to join rivals Juventus some time during the coming week. Whilst Bacca is reportedly keen on moving to Naples, the Vesuviani will still have to pay Milan's asking price of 30 million Euros. That said, with the club set to receive 94 million Euros in exchange for Higuain, money is unlikely to be an issue in this deal.
As the Colombian doesn't appear to factor into Vincenzo Montella's plans, it's best for both parties that a deal be agreed as soon as possible and Milan can finally get on with their mercato.