After there were just a few details missing, Gianluca Di Marzio, as well as other sources, are now reporting that the mega-deal involving Bonucci, Caldara and Higuain is a done deal.
This afternoon, the final details were completed and the clubs, as well as the players, have reached a complete agreement for the operation.
The Rossoneri will get Caldara in exchange for Bonucci, while they will sign Higuain on loan for €18m, with a buy-out clause set at €36m. The latter is expected to earn around €6m per year, signing a four-year deal, while Caldara could earn between €2-3m on a five-year basis.
It’s been reported that Higuain could take his medical with the Rossoneri on Thursday or Friday, while we will have to wait for Caldara as he’s currently with the Juventus squad in the USA.
New reports suggest that Caldara will arrive in Italy tomorrow morning, taking the first flight possible from the USA. Higuain will arrive in Milan this evening.