Arsenal and West Ham will be happy to find out that one of their transfer targets has been given the go-ahead to find a new club.
AC Milan who are currently rebuilding their team has told Colombian attacker Carlos Bacca that he can leave.
The South American has Premier League admirers in Everton, Arsenal and West Ham.
Bacca was a target of former Liverpool manager Brendan Rogers when the Irishman was at the helm in Anfield, however, he decided to join AC Milan from Sevilla instead. He had a good debut campaign at the Italian capital but has failed to reach that same height in the subsequent seasons.
Arsenal have been linked with a move for him this summer and could bid for him in the coming month if Arsene Wenger fails to land his primary targets.
According to the media, Milan wants to sell him and some other players so that they can have enough funds to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Wenger wants to sign one of Lyon’s Alexandre Lacazette or AS Monaco’s Kylian Mbappe, however, if they fail to sign any of them, it is believed that the Gunners would turn to Bacca.