Andre Silva’s future beyond this season remains uncertain as Sevilla are unlikely to make the AC Milan owned player’s loan deal permanent in the summer.
The Serie A outfit are demanding €39m from Sevilla for the striker, but the latter are not keen on paying the fee for the Portugal international.
He hasn’t found the back of the net since January and has scored only four goals in the league since September.
Two days ago, we covered claims from Italy that the Rossoneri approached Wolverhampton Wanderers to offer the 23-year-old, while there are other options available for the frontman.
Calciomercato now claims Milan want to address Silva’s issue with his agent Jorge Mendes, who will ‘take stock’ with the clubs he has previously approached and this includes the English side and AS Monaco.
It’s also claimed that ‘other avenues’ could open for the former FC Porto man in the Premier League apart from Wolves.
Milan, for their part, will be ready to part ways with Silva if they receive a starting offer of €35m. In addition to this, they are open to the idea of including him as a part of the deal that could see them bring in another player.
Unless it’s to do Mendes a favour, this one looks unlikely for Wolves.