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Barcelona striker will not join AC Milan

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AC Milan have rejected the chance to sign on-loan striker Bojan on a permanent deal, according to reports.

The 22-year-old has been on loan from Barcelona at the Italian giants for the whole of the season but Milan have reportedly communicated that they will not be taking the striker on a permanent deal.

There were reports as the season drew to a close that Milan were keen to make Bojan's move permanent, but only if the €15m purchase amount agreed last summer with Barca was dropped to €5m.

This was despite the former Roma loanee only managing three goals in 27 appearances for the Rossoneri.

It seems, though, that Milan have made a U-turn in their decision making with the report suggesting that vice-president Adriano Galliani informed Barcelona president Sandro Rosell of the decision yesterday.

The striker has been with Barcelona his whole career making 163 appearances for the Spanish champions, finding the net on 41 occasions.

 

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