Sevilla are reportedly on the brink of securing a season-long loan deal for AC Milan forward Andre Silva.
Sevilla have reportedly won the race to secure the season-long loan signing of AC Milan forward Andre Silva.
The Portugal international left Porto to pen a long-term deal at San Siro last summer, but the 22-year-old endured a disappointing first campaign in Serie A.
Wolverhampton Wanderers and Monaco have both been strongly linked with Silva ahead of the new campaign, but according to Sport360, the player will be moving to Sevilla.
The report claims that the La Liga outfit are willing to pay a loan fee of €5m (£4.47m) with the option of sealing a permanent deal for €30m (£26.84m) next summer.
Silva would have found himself as third choice behind Gonzalo Higuain and Patrick Cutrone had he remained with the Italian giants.
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