André Silva intends to stay in Germany

According to TuttoSport, on-loan Eintracht Frankfurt striker André Silva has already expressed his desire to not return to AC Milan. Both André and Ante Rebic are on two-year loans, Silva joined Frankfurt and Ante Rebic travelled in the other direction. According to reports, Rebic is happy and would like to stay in Milan and André Silva is quite clearly content and performing extremely well in Frankfurt, which should make negotiations easier.

The Portuguese hit-man has been in deadly form so far this season, particularly since the Bundesliga restart. No player has scored more than him since the league got back underway (6 goals in 7 Bundesliga matches), he has 10 goals overall in just 13 starts. He is starting to display the type of form that made him so revered in the early part of his career (FC Porto and Portugal).

Silva had an openly torrid time in Milan, failing to hit the heights in Serie A, he was subsequently loaned to Sevilla where he had a mixed spell but now at Frankfurt, he has found his goalscoring touch. At 24 years old, he will be looking to stay in Frankfurt and find genuine consistency rather than be the subject of another transfer where he once again has to move clubs, adapt and find his form.

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