Colombian striker Carlos Bacca has been having a hard time staying in one place lately. Over the last five years he has played for four different clubs and performed exceptionally for all of them. But he appears unconvinced that his move to AC Milan was the right one and is waiting for a potential opportunity to leave.
In an interview with Marca [per Daily Star], Bacca revealed that while he does not regret his decision to leave Sevilla in favour of the struggling AC Milan, he has still been listening to offers from ‘Spain, England, France and Germany.’
“I am doing well and scored 20 goals, even though the Milan squad wasn’t up to the same level as Sevilla,” Bacca said.
“I do not regret leaving Sevilla, as it was a necessary step to grow and the Milan project was very inviting.
“My priority remains Milan, but I have offers from important clubs in Spain, England, France and Germany.
“I have another four years on my contract and I don’t know if they are prepared to sell me.”
Per the source, Manchester United, Arsenal and West Ham United are all believed to be interested in bringing the 29-year-old Colombian into the fold.
Bacca scored 18 Serie A goals this past year – top-three in the league – and 20 in all competitions for the Italian giants.
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