Andrea Poli has according to Italian media reached an agreement with Bologna over a four-year contract, as he looks set to leave Milan this summer.
The Italian midfielder’s contract with Milan expires next year, and the Rossoneri have no intention of renewing it. Andrea Poli has according to La Gazzetta Dello Sport reached an agreement with Bologna over a four-year contract, valued at around €1m per year.
So far, there are no reports on how much Milan will get for selling Poli, but it certainly won’t be a lot. The San Siro side bought Poli for almost €10m back in 2013, however, he’s only worth around €4m in today’s market.
The Italian spent most of his time on the Milan bench this past season, starting only three games. Even though Poli has failed to live up to the expectations, it’s safe to say he’s given his all, on and off the pitch.