AC Milan and Bonucci agree on personal terms; agreement with Juventus imminent

By Isak Möller -

What seemed a stupid rumour has turned out to be a reality. Bonucci could complete his move from Juventus to AC Milan tonight, after agreeing on personal terms with the Rossoneri.

Sky Italia reports that Juventus have asked Milan for €40m in order to sell Bonucci, which the Rossoneri are willing to pay. In fact, MilanNews.it even reports that Bonucci has agreed on personal terms with Milan; a contract worth €6m per year. La Stampa, owned by the Agnelli family (Juve owners), claim that Bonucci could complete his move tonight, as an agreement between the clubs is imminent. 

Sky Italia also add that Juventus want the deals for Bonucci and De Sciglio to be handled separately. The Bianconeri are willing to pay around €10m for De Sciglio, while Milan ask for €15m. In other words, if Milan manage to sign Bonucci for €40m and sell De Sciglio for €10m, you could say they signed Bonucci for €30m.

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