Towards the beginning of September, French newspaper L’Equipe took a look at Bacary Sagna’s situation.
Leaving Manchester City at the end of June, Sagna has since been available on a free transfer, and it’s perhaps a surprise he remains without a club.
Back then, Leicester City and West Ham were put forward as options. Sagna had already turned down Brighton & Hove Albion, and it was said he could be set to sign for Leicester or West Ham instead.
Sagna’s return to football was ‘imminent’ according to the French newspaper, and developments were expected in the next few days.
That was exactly a month ago to the day, and Sagna hasn’t signed for West Ham or Leicester, and doesn’t look particularly close to anyone else.
FCInterNews report the Frenchman has been ‘offered’ to both Milan clubs. All of sudden, it’s claimed Sagna doesn’t want to end his career without first playing in Serie A.
The 34 year old has been presented as an option to both Milan sides, but the possibility has only received a ‘lukewarm’ reception.
It sounds like there’s still a good chance for Leicester or West Ham, should they remain interested, maybe even Brighton could have another go.