After failing to impress in his debut season at AC Milan, the Serie A club allowed Andre Silva to join Sevilla on a season-long loan deal, where he has so far scored nine goals in 27 league games.
On April 4th, Calciomercato reported the Spanish club are unwilling to pay more than €30m to sign him on a permanent transfer in the summer, while the Rossoneri are demanding €38m to sanction his sale
With Sevilla not ready to increase their offer, it was stated the Portugal international’s agent Jorge Mendes had identified Wolverhampton Wanderers as one of the options for his client.
Another report from Calciomercato now brings the latest update and claims the Premier League decision to make Raúl Jiménez’s loan move from Benfica permanent has changed their plans.
It’s claimed that Wolves have made a ‘clear choice’ and with the latest development in regards to Jimenez’s transfer, and it ‘alienates’ Silva from Wolves.
The Italian publication explained on Thursday that Silva is not keen on joining the English club, so this is unlikely to come as a blow for him.