Eintracht Frankfurt attacker Ante Rebic has left the Bundesliga club to join AC Milan on a two-year loan deal, with Andre Silva leaving Serie A to replace him in Germany.Earlier in August, Eintracht had voiced hope Rebic would remain despite the interest from the San Siro side, with sporting director Bruno Huber claiming they were “still optimistic” of retaining his services.However, the Croatian international had come in for criticism following a poor performance in the first leg of the Europa League qualification play-offs against Strasbourg, in which he was yanked at half-time. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? After the match, Rebic was told by Eintracht head coach Adi Hutter that if he wished to remain with the club, he needed to show it on the field.Rebic did not feature at all last weekend in a 2-1 loss to RB Leipzig, as he was left out of the squad.He was returned to the XI in the second leg against Strasbourg, and though Eintracht came away with a 3-0 victory, Rebic himself was dismissed just before the half with a straight red card.That sending off will be his final action for the club.Another Frankfurt sporting director, Fredi Bobic, spoke with Sy Sports to confirm the deal.”The clubs have an agreement. If everything goes fine Silva is a Frankfurt player tomorrow and Rebic in Milan,” he saidAfter his arrival in Milan, Rebic spoke briefly to reporters.”I’m very happy to be here. Forza Milan,” he said as he walked to his hotel.Hutter seemed relieved the saga had come to an end.”It was Ante’s wish to join a big club, and all involved are happy about the situation,” he said after Frankfurt’s 2-1 win over Fortuna DusseldorfRebic will make a return to Serie A, having first featured in the Italian top-flight with Fiorentina after a €4.5m move from Croatian slide Split in August 2013.However, Rebic struggled to break into the Fiorentina squad, and ended up spending time on loan with Hellas Verona before heading to Eintracht on a temporary basis in 2016.The forward has spent the last three seasons with Eintracht, the loan being made permanent in 2018. He has 17 Bundesliga goals during his time there, with his high of nine coming last season.Eintracht have already suffered heavy losses in their attack this transfer window, having previous lost Luka Jovic to Real Madrid and Sebastien Haller to West Ham.
SOUTH BEND, IN – SEPTEMBER 01: Dylan McCaffrey #10 of the Michigan Wolverines throws a pass while playing the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Stadium on September 1, 2018 in South Bend, Indiana. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Michigan’s loss to Wisconsin two weeks ago was more than demoralizing – it resulted in a concussion for quarterback Dylan McCaffrey. But after missing Saturday’s game against Rutgers, it looks like McCaffrey is on his way to a full recovery.According to Sam Webb of TheMichiganInsider, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh believes that McCaffrey could practice this week. Unfortunately, it he seems less confident in McCaffrey’s ability to play their upcoming game against Iowa.McCaffrey has been used as part of a two-quarterback system that the Wolverines implemented this year. He’s already seen almost as much time on the field through the first few games as he did all of last season.To date, McCaffrey has gone 5-of-11 for 52 yards through the air. He also has 11 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Fortunately for McCaffrey, the Wolverines have a bye after their game against Iowa. So he’ll have plenty of extra time to recover if he isn’t good to go this weekend.Harbaugh: if everything goes really well it’s possible Dylan McCaffrey will practice this week. Probably won’t play in the game— Sam Webb (@SamWebb77) September 30, 2019Michigan heads into their game against Iowa as a 5.5-point favorite, despite the No. 19 Wolverines being ranked lower than the No. 14 Hawkeyes.