Maxi Lopez has made it clear that he wants Milan to do a deal with Catania over a permanent switch to San Siro.
The striker moved to the Stadio Meazza in January on a €1.5m loan, an agreement which included the option to complete his transfer for a further €8m.
“I really wanted to wear this shirt and do well for the cause,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “I always gave my best when I was called upon by the Coach.
“My agent will soon meet with the Milan directors, but I only have Milan in my mind. I’m happy here and I can give even more.
“I’m thinking of nothing else but playing for Milan.”
The 28-year-old, formerly of Barcelona and River Plate, scored one goal in eight Serie A games for the Diavolo. He grabbed one – against Juventus – in two Cup appearances.
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