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Tuesday July 31 2018
Bacca holds Milan summit

Carlos Bacca met with Milan today, as he tries to secure a return to Villarreal for the coming season.

The Colombian striker spent last season on loan in Spain, but the Yellow Submarine didn’t pay the €15m buyout clause to make the deal permanent.

Today Bacca met with new general manager Leonardo at Casa Milan, having already confirmed that he wants to go back to La Liga.

According to calciomercato.com, Villarreal are offering €8m to sign the striker, just over half of the asking price.

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Thursday July 5 2018
Bacca rejects Trabzonspor

Milan forward Carlos Bacca reportedly turned down a move to Trabzonspor after his Villarreal loan spell expired.

The Colombia international is not part of their plans and the Rossoneri hope to sell him on as soon as possible to raise funds.

According to Calciomercato.com, Bacca rejected a lucrative proposal from Turkish side Trabzonspor.

He would’ve earned €5m per year over three seasons, plus a €2m bonus signing-on fee.

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Tuesday May 29 2018
Milan ‘could bring back Kucka’

Milan are reportedly weighing up a surprise return for Trabzonspor midfielder Juraj Kucka.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Milan will try to bolster their midfield with deals for ‘a mezz’ala with excellent technique and a slightly-more physical player’ this summer.

Consequently, the Rossoneri would have looked at bringing back Kucka to take care of the latter.

The Slovak scored five goals in 67 appearances for the Diavolo in two seasons, before joining Trabzonspor for €6m last summer.

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Thursday January 11 2018
Benevento miss out on Bongonda

Benevento have reportedly failed in their bid to sign Theo Bongonda from Trabzonspor, via Celta Vigo, as he’s heading to Zulte Waregem.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the side currently at the foot of the Serie A table had tried to negotiate a loan deal with his parent club Celta Vigo.

However, the 22-year-old attacking winger has chosen a return to Belgium and specifically Zulte Waregem.

This was where his career really took off before his sale to Celta Vigo for €1.3m in January 2015.

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Saturday December 9 2017
Trabzonspor seek Udinese's Bajic

Udinese centre-forward Riad Bajic is linked with a potential January transfer to Turkish side Trabzonspor.

The 23-year-old is a Bosnia international with three senior caps who was snapped up from Konyaspor over the summer for €5.5m.

However, he has made only a handful of substitute appearances for Udinese and failed to break into the team.

According to reports in Turkey, Bajic could be heading straight back to his old league, but this time for Trabzonspor.

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Friday September 8 2017
Official: Sosa joins Trabzonspor

Trabzonspor have officially signed midfielder Jose Sosa from Milan, on loan with option to buy that will be activated in January.

The 32-year-old completed the transfer today, just ahead of the deadline in Turkey.

As his contract with Milan was due to expire in June 2018 anyway, it’s a loan worth €1.35m with option to buy for one year.

However, the option will be activated by January 15, 2018, for €3.4m.

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Friday September 8 2017
Sosa passes Trabzonspor medical

Jose Sosa has passed his medical with Trabzonspor, so is ready to complete the transfer from Milan.

The midfielder already signed the contract this afternoon and it was only pending a medical.

Trabzonspor announced the deal after his tests at the Liv Hospital in Istanbul.

Milan are expected to pocket €6m for the Argentine, who has signed a three-year contract worth €4m per season plus bonuses.

The 32-year-old only arrived from Besiktas last summer, but made just 19 appearances for the Rossoneri.

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Friday September 8 2017
Sosa to Trabzonspor imminent

Milan midfielder Jose Sosa will be a confirmed as a Trabzonspor player imminently after signing his contract with the Turkish club.

Gianluca Di Marzio’s website circulated a photograph of Sosa putting pen to paper at Trabzonspor’s offices on Friday afternoon.

The transfer expert reports Milan will receive €6m for the Argentine, who has agreed a three-year contract with the Super Lig side, worth €4m a season plus bonuses.

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Thursday September 7 2017
Report: Sosa to Trabzonspor done

Reports in Italy suggest a deal is done for Milan midfielder Jose Sosa to join Trabzonspor.

The former Napoli man joined the Rossoneri from Besiktas last summer, but is surplus to requirements after a series of reinforcements this summer.

It was reported earlier today that a deal was close, and now Tuttomercatoweb believes a deal is done.

Sosa has accepted a contract worth around €5m per season, with the Diavolo to receive a transfer fee of €5.5m.

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Thursday September 7 2017
Mirabelli: ‘Move transfer deadline’

Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli is “very much in favour” of moving the transfer deadline to before the Serie A season starts.

Today the English Premier League announced that next summer’s window will close before the season starts, with Juventus, Roma and Torino all coming out in favour of a similar approach in Italy.

“I’m very much in favour of it,” Mirabelli told Premium Sport.

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