AC Milan have just signed a pre-contract agreement with a Chinese consortium that has acquired the 99,93% stake in the club. The Rossoneri cashed in on €15 million right after reaching the agreement and their finances will be boosted with further €85 million within 35 days, which means Adriano Galliani can make loan offers with obligations to buy.
According to Calciomercato’s transfer pundit Fabrizio Romano, that’s the formula AC Milan want to use to sign Juan Cuadrado, who would like to return to Italy.
Galliani and the player’s agent Alessandro Lucci had a telephone conversation yesterday where Galliani confirmed their interest in the Colombian winger.
Lucci will meet with Chelsea next week to see if there’s any chance that they can offload the former Juventus and Fiorentina star.
AC Milan would make a loan offer with a buy-out clause which they hope can be set to less than €30 million, otherwise, they would consider other transfer targets.
Fabrizio Romano, translated and adapted by Lorenzo Bettoni, via Calciomecato.com