AC Milan are waiting for Carlos Bacca to make a decision on his proposed move to West Ham before unlocking their plans for the summer.

The Hammers have reached an agreement over a fee with the Rossoneri for Bacca, but are waiting for the striker to give his consent to the transfer to the east London club.

West Ham have offered a him a four-year contract worth €4.5m net per season, and the striker is expected to provide an answer to the English side by the end of the week.

According to Sky Italia, AC Milan are eagerly waiting for Bacca to make a decision as all their transfer plans for the summer hinge on the striker leaving the club in the coming days.

The Rossoneri are planning to use the proceeds from Bacca’s sale to buy a few players and strengthen new coach Vincenzo Montella’s hand ahead of the new season.  


Bacca is expected to return to Milan later today, and is scheduled to depart with the club for their pre-season tour of the United States in the coming days.

However, the plans will change if the Colombian decides to accept the offer to join West Ham, and fills up AC Milan’s threadbare transfer coffers by moving to London.