Carlos Bacca not looking for Milan exit
Colombian striker Carlos Bacca will not be pushing for a winter exit from AC Milan, according to his agent. The 30-year-old was the subject of interest from West Ham United, Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal in the summer.
Bacca, 30, was strongly tipped to join the Hammers in a £25m deal over the summer, before he turned down their advances in the hope of pursuing a bigger move.
He has therein been linked with both the Gunners and Les Parisiens, but there was not much time left for the Rossoneri to decide on his future.
Agent Sergio Barila has now revealed that his client is content with his stay at San Siro having sorted out his issues with the club manager.
Bacca was said to have fallen out with Vincenzo Montella after being subbed in the Milan derby earlier in the season, but the two have since patched up.
The striker has netted six goals in the Serie A this term, and he will be crucial to his side's plans of earning Champions League football next season.