AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca has been linked with a move to Liverpool by Spanish newspaper AS. The Colombian international forward has scored 17 goals in 39 appearances in all competition this season after moving from Spanish side Sevilla last season but the 29 year old is said to be unsettled in Italy.
His agent Sergio Barila told Estadio Deportivo last week that “top clubs” are interested in the player and AS have linked the Reds, Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Real Madrid with making a move for Bacca.
Speculation has grown as the striker appeared to be unhappy when substituted by new Milan manager Cristian Brocchi in their side’s 0-0 draw against Carpi on Thursday and the player apologised in the dressing room after the match which Brocchi described as “one of the most touching scenes I’ve witnessed in my coaching career.”.
Bacca’s goalscoring record, which spans leagues including Colombia, Belgium, Spain and Italy, has seen him reach double figures in 10 of his 11 seasons playing as a footballer.
Milan currently are struggling in Serie A and lost to bottom side Verona 2-1 yesterday.