Andre Silva: AC Milan can win Serie A

Esther Moore
June 13, 2017

Television pictures early today showed Silva, often described as the "the new Cristiano Ronaldo", on his way to undergo a medical in Milan.

The agent of Carlos Bacca has suggested that he would be open to joining Paris Saint-Germain after his current club AC Milan sealed a deal for Andre Silva.

Elsewhere, with the signing of Silva, Milan will now likely have a bit more flexibility in the sense that they could sign a second striker to compliment him.

But it is Milan who have got their man - and the owners come through on their promise of bringing in a top player.

"I was pleasantly surprised by this opportunity", he told reporters.

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Only 21-years-old, Silva was Porto's star striker last season, bagging 21 goals in all competitions. He's also scored seven goals in eight appearances for Portugal.

He could inherit the No. 10 jersey left by the departing Keisuke Honda.

Milan will make their return to Europe next season by participating in the Europa League, after spending the past three seasons without European football.

Versatile Swiss defender Ricardo Rodriguez completed his £15m move to the club late last week from Wolfsburg. The head coach, Vincenzo Montella, who has been put in charge of this transformation has made it clear he is ready for the job and will make the best possible signings to compete during the next season for glory.

Ben Gladwell reports on Serie A, the Italian national team and the Bundesliga for ESPN FC, UEFA and the Press Association.

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