After months of speculation and rejecting West Ham United twice, Carlos Bacca looks to be staying at Milan.
The Colombia international only joined from Sevilla for €30m a year ago, but was not initially part of new Coach Vincenzo Montella’s plans.
He was put on the market to raise much-needed funds during a summer of confusion, as the takeover from Chinese investors is dragging on.
However, Bacca turned down a move to West Ham at least twice.
Now La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Bacca told friends: “If I stay at Milan, I’ll score another 20 goals at least.”
It now seems likely that the 29-year-old will indeed remain at San Siro.