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Milannews.it claims that Milan have presented the necessary bank bonds to Lega Calcio for the transfers of Biglia and Bonucci, despite reports suggesting that they had a hard time finding the bank bonds in the first place. 

On Thursday, Italian media outlet Calcio e Finanza reported that the Rossoneri had a hard time finding the necessesary bond for the transfers of Leonardo Bonucci and Lucas Biglia.

The reports caused concern for the Milan fans. However, Milan CEO Marco Fassone told Mediaset Premium after the Rossoneri’s Europa League qualifier on Thursday evening that there is no reason to worry.

Milannews.it now confirms Fassone’s comments and claims that Milan has deposited the bank bonds to the league, Lega Calcio, and both players will be eligable to play in the Rossoneri’s next Europa League qualifier, away against KF Shkëndija on August 17th.

La Stampa journalist, Massimiliano Nerozzi, also tweeted earlier today that the bank bonds have been deposited.

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