Sergio Barilla, the agent of AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca has denied the reports which suggest the 30 years old Colombian international is on his way to leaving the club.
The agent reiterated that his client is fully committed and happy in AC Milan and does not intend to leave the San Siro anytime soon.
Bacca, who joined AC Millan from Sevilla for a transfer fee of €30 million, was a subject of transfer speculations all summer with top clubs in Europe like Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain and West Ham all gunning for the signature of the prolific AC Milan attacker.
At the beginning of the season, the 30-year-old striker revealed he almost completed a move to Paris Saint-Germain, with West Ham united manager claiming Bacca favored a move to Arsenal.
Despite the fact that no move pulled through, the Colombian international’s agent insisted that his client at the moment is “very happy at Milan.” Barilla revealed to Milan News that Bacca is very happy at Milan and is 100 percent focused on achieving something special with the club.With his incredible contribution to the team’s success so far both Ac Milan coach and the club supporters are currently happy with Bacca,
Bacca who had an impressive first season at San Siro scoring an incredible twenty goals, has so far scored six goals from 13 league appearance this campaign. If he is to maintain his goal-scoring prowess of last season, he will surpass the record of 20 league goals he registered in his first season at the club.
At the moment, the Colombian international looks fully committed to staying at the San Siro and achieving big things with the Italian based club, and chances of him leaving the club looks slim if we are to go by the comments of his agent Sergio Barrila.