CM: Liverpool striker due in Italy next week to sign €16m Milan contract

By Oliver Fisher -

The countdown has begun: Divock Origi will soon arrive in Italy to undergo his medical before signing for AC Milan on a free transfer. report that the negotiation is in its final stages and soon the deal will be formalised as an agreement between the Rossoneri management and the Belgian striker has been found on the basis of a four-year contract for around €4m net per season plus bonuses.

Origi needed to play in the Champions League final against Real Madrid before he could think about his next club, but he was not even on the bench due to an injury problem, and in the meantime the sale of Milan was being resolved.

Now everything is finally ready and next week the formality of the medical tests will be completed, which will be followed by the signing of the contract and the official announcements. Origi will be Milan’s first summer signing.

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  1. 4m per year for a backup striker…. yet we won’t pay 3.5m to renew Romagnoli who has been our captain and a great professional every year and is still a very good defender… makes so much sense. What a joke.

  2. I think this will prove to be an excellent signing and he will do very well. Trust Maldini. Im not opposed to resigning Romagnolli in back up role – but 3.5M seems a bit much for such a role and is likely the reason it hasn’t happened. And who knows maybe Romagnolli wants the opportunity to start again and not come off bench which is why he has turned down our last offer. Can’t blame him he’s still in his prime. But I agree rather just keep Romagnolli then spend 20m on a back up like Milenkovic of Fiorentina.

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