By 90Min
August 26, 2019

Ivan Strinic has left Milan by mutual consent after his contract with the Rossoneri was terminated.

Having spent a decade playing in his native Croatia, the left-back first moved to Italy when he joined Napoli in 2015. Following two seasons at Estadio San Paolo, he switched to fellow Serie A side Sampdoria, before signing a three-year deal with Milan in July 2018.

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However, Strinic's debut for the club was delayed after it was discovered that the defender was suffering from a heart problem. 

statement on their official website on Monday announced his departure, meaning the World Cup finalist never got to play a competitive fixture for the Rossoneri.

A replacement was signed in the form of Theo Hernandez, the Frenchman transferring from Real Madrid to northern Italy for a fee of €20m.

He was not included in the Milan squad that took on Udinese in the opening round of Serie A on Sunday, a game they lost 1-0.

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