Milan have reached an agreement with German club Eintracht Frankfurt over the permanent sale of Jens Petter Hauge.
The Norwegian joined Frankfurt last summer on a season-loan loan with an option to make the deal permanent. The Bundesliga outlet has triggered the option to buy the 22-year-old permanently. The official statement from Milan reads,
“AC Milan can confirm that Jens Petter Haugehas joined Eintracht Frankfurt on a permanent basis after his loan deal from last summer turned into an obligation to buy following the completion of certain prerequisite conditions throughout the season.
“The Club would like to congratulate Jens Petter for the recent victory in the Europa League and wish him all the best for the future.”
In the 2021/22 season, Hauge accumulated three goals and two assists from 38 appearances for Die Adler in all competitions. Although he was not a standout performer for them, the youngster has seemingly done enough to earn himself a permanent transfer to Germany. Beating Rangers in the final, Frankfurt won the UEFA Europa League title a fortnight ago.