Carlos Bacca insists he is fully focused on AC Milan despite being chased by Premier League side West Ham United.

West Ham have agreed a fee with AC Milan for the Colombia international striker, who Rossoneri boss Vincenzo Montella believes he can do without next season.

Bacca's sale would also raise precious funds for AC Milan to spend on other players this summer, but the Colombian has not given the impression of being someone in a hurry to leave the San Siro.

"I'm leaving with the team tomorrow for the US tour", he told reporters as he landed back in Milan.

"I have a contract with Milan for four years and I am happy here", he added.


Bacca was specifically asked about West Ham and insisted his focus is on being ready to place himself at the disposal of AC Milan's coaching staff.

"I have to talk to the club and we will see what happens", he said, when asked about the Hammers.

"I am still focused on Milan and putting myself at the disposal of the coaching staff", Bacca added.

Bacca netted 20 goals in all competitions for AC Milan last season and has also been linked with Arsenal and Atletico Madrid.

The striker is also claimed to want to join a club in the Champions League if he leaves the San Siro.

AC Milan are in International Champions Cup competition this summer.