Claims that Gonzalo Higuain is looking to leave AC Milan, after just six months on loan at the San Siro, have been denied by his brother. Sections of the Italian media have claimed that the Argentinian international is ‘unhappy’ with the Rossoneri, who find themselves fifth in Serie A and some 13 points behind leaders Juventus.
Prior to the international break, Higuain’s loan club lost to his parent club, Juve, with the striker missing a penalty before being sent off, adding to the talk that things are not working out for him at the San Siro.
TV commentator Massimo Brambati recently claimed that Higuain’s brother Nicolas had told him that Gonzalo was unhappy and ready to end his short-spell in Milan.
But Nicolas Higuain hit back on Twitter, saying: “I’m sorry Mr. Brambati, but we’ve never seen each other, neither do we know each other. Therefore, don’t tell lies about my brother or I. Thank you.”
Higuain, who signed on a season-long loan with Milan having an option to buy next summer, has a good scoring record for the Rossoneri to date with five goals in 10 appearances.