MILAN – So much fear for nothing, the exchange between Rebic and André Silva has been perfected with Milan and Eintracht who can enjoy their new strikers. Some voices spoke of a deal that could have been skipped because André Silva had not passed medical examinations with the Eintracht, in fact it was unfounded news. There was a bit of fear because the market was about to close and the two companies had to hurry to fix the paperwork.
The two clubs rolled up their sleeves, tightened their times and managed to resolve all the paperwork in time. So André Silva is the new striker for Eintracht Frankfurt, while Ante Rebic is Milan's new striker. This purchase probably closes Milan's transfer market because arriving at Correa at Atletico Madrid in such a short time is unlikely.
Calciomercato Milan, that's who Ante Rebic is.
Compared to Alen Bokšić at home, he prefers to play as a left-wing offensive, but can also be employed as a striker; its best qualities are strength, speed and aggression.
On 28 August 2013, it passes to Fiorentina for 4.5 million euros; made his debut in the purple jersey the following September 30th in the Fiorentina-Parma championship match (2-2), entering 36 ′ instead of Giuseppe Rossi; goes to the purple jersey for the first time on 8 January 2014 in the Coppa Italia Fiorentina-Chievo match (2-0), during which, however, he was injured, remaining unavailable for almost three months; marks his first Serie A goal on 18 May 2014 in Fiorentina-Torino (2-2).
On 5 July 2016, it was temporarily transferred to the E. Frankfurt; at the end of the season he returned to Fiorentina, but on 31 August 2017 he returned, on a loan with a redemption obligation, to the Eintracht for 2 million euros, with the purple company that reserves 50% on future resale.
In the 2017-2018 season he scores 9 goals and provides 3 assists. On 19 May 2018 he scored a decisive double in the German Cup final won 3-1 by Eintracht Frankfurt against Bayern Munich, a success that allowed Eintracht to win the first trophy after 31 years. At the end of the year it is purchased outright from the Eintracht for 2 million euros.
The following year sees him go on goal 10 times, including 9 in the league and one in the Europa League. With the shirt of the Croatian national team he scored 3 goals in 28 matches and finished second in the last World Cup in Russia. With the clubs, he scored 45 goals in 187 games (source Wikipedia).
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