Colombian striker Carlos Bacca has agreed to join Serie A side AC Milan, according to SkySports.
The Sevilla striker who is now free from international duty as Colombia suffered defeat against Argentina few days ago in the quarter finals of Copa America.
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Bacca has been in link with several top sides including Premier League club Liverpool but the player has revealed in the press conference that he has agreed to join the Italian giants AC Milan. He will now be heading for a medical this week.
Also, Liverpool sealed the deal of Robert Firmino from Hoffenheim which also ended their interest in the Colombian striker.
The 28-year-old spent two successful season in Spain with Sevilla, he helped them to lift the Europa League trophy last term with his two important goals in the final. He scored 28 goals in all campaigns last season.
Bacca told journalists in Colombia: “It needs to be confirmed, but it is true - we’ve reached an agreement with Milan.”
Bacca’s agent Sergio Barila has also confirmed that the agreement between the player and the club has been reached. Barila said: “I can confirm that Milan and the player have reached an agreement.”
Despite of not qualifying or the Champions League spot Bacca preferred a move to Milan. He believes that it is a right club for him.
Meanwhile, Sevilla are now in search of Bacca’s replacement and they would be landing once they find a fine striker.
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