Milan contract with Norwegian striker Hauga

Italian football club Milan announced today that it has signed a contract with young Norwegian striker Bodo Glimt, Jens Peter Hauga, under a five-year contract for about five million euros, according to local press reports.

"Milan is pleased to announce the signing of Jens Peter Haughe of Bodo-Glimt under a permanent contract," the Lombardian club said in a statement. "The Norwegian striker signed a contract with (the Rossoneri) until June 30, 2025."

The 20-year-old's deal comes just a week after he scored a goal for his former club, Bodo-Glimt, against his new team during the confrontation between them, which ended with Milan winning 3-2 in the third preliminary round of the European League competition, "Europa League", and a day after the club abandoned Lombardi, on the services of his young Brazilian striker Lucas Pacita (23 years old) to Lyon, France.

Milan, with the lowest average age in Serie A, according to the specialized website Transfermarkt, is adopting this season the policy of contracting with young players, despite the extension of the contract of its veteran Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic (39 years) who is absent from the stadiums due to his infection with the new Corona virus, for a period Public.

The "Rossoneri", with coach Stefano Pioli, who started the new season with two consecutive wins, hopes to compete for the European Champions League, which he has won seven times, and has been absent from participating in it since 2014.

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