AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca faces an uncertain future at the San Siro as his agent conceded that he couldn’t guarantee that he would stay this summer.
The Colombian international has been a crucial part of the Rossoneri squad this season, scoring 13 goals already in his first campaign in Italy.
While reports on Tuesday suggested that the club had rejected a €60m offer in the January transfer window, with both Chelsea and Real Madrid rumoured to be interested, they will face further headaches moving forward based on Sergio Barila’s comments.
“In football you can never say today what will happen tomorrow,” Barila told Corriere della Sera, as noted by Football Italia.
“In addition to Chinese clubs, important European clubs also came forward in January.
“I can’t speak about the future with certainty.”
Bacca’s goals have been pivotal to Sinisa Mihajlovic’s success this season, as Milan have overcome a slow start to the year to emerge as contenders for the third and final Champions League qualification spot.
The former Sevilla striker has continued to live up to his label as one of the most clinical strikers in Europe, and so it comes as no surprise that the likes of Chelsea and Madrid have been interested in signing him as both are continuously on the look out to bolster their options up front.
However, he remains too important to Milan’s current set up and despite his agent’s attempt to leave the door open for a possible exit, it is highly unlikely that the Rossoneri will entertain bids as they look to get back into the Champions League and compete for the Serie A title in the coming years.
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