AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca appears unlikely to leave San Siro this January after his agent confirmed he was 'very happy' at the club.
The Colombian striker joined the Rossoneri from Sevilla in 2015 and he has been rumoured to favour a return to the Europa League winners, whom he recently watched defeat Valencia ahead of attending Milan's win over Empoli when out injured.
“Bacca is very happy at Milan,” Sergio Barila told MilanNews.
“In addition, both the Coach (Vincenzo Montella) and the club are happy with him.”
Recent media speculation in Spain has also linked him to a move to Barcelona, who were allegedly willing to offer misfiring striker Paco Alacacer as part of any deal, despite only signing him from Valencia in August. (http://www.football-espana.net/62087/barca-sevilla-bacca-hunt)
The Italian giants accepted an offer from West Ham United for the 30-year-old in the summer but a move broke down following contract talks.
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