AC Milan signed Andre Silva from FC Porto last summer and the Portuguese international has failed to have any impact in his debut season in Serie A. Having scored just two goals in the league, the forward has struggled with regular playing time at San Siro.
It is no surprise that Silva’s future at Milan remains uncertain and he’s been linked with a move away from his current employers. Italian outlet Calciomercato claim the 22-year-old is unlikely to be given another opportunity to prove his worth with the Rossoneri.
Milan managing director Marco Fassone and sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli share a good relationship with Silva’s agent, Jorge Mendes. They have already informed the player’s representative that they are expecting a fee of €31m to part ways with the player.
Mendes ‘spoke with Wolves and AS Monaco’ over the possibility of offering his client to them this summer. The English club achieved promotion to the Premier League after winning the Championship in the 2017/18 season and that’s seen Wolves linked with an increasing number of player, but Silva rumours go back some way regardless of there being nothing concrete around them.
There were reports of Arsenal interest in signing Silva, however, Calciomercato claims they have not yet confirmed any interest from the Gunners in signing the Portuguese player.
Mendes trying to get Wolves to sign Andre Silva is very believable, but the club’s reaction is the crucial aspect on whether this one will ever go anywhere.