Parma and Milan have reached an agreement in principle regarding the transfer of Andrea Conti, according to a report.
We reported yesterday via Pietro Balzano Prota that Parma could in fact close the operation to sign Conti if they agreed to inserting an obligation to buy into the deal, with Fiorentina now behind in the race.
According to Calciomercato.com, it is now virtually a done deal. The full-back is not part of the plans of the Rossoneri who see Davide Calabria as the starter with Diogo Dalot and Pierre Kalulu his alternatives.
As a result, the two clubs have agreed a deal on the basis of a loan with obligation to buy for an amount close to €7million, which will be an obligation in case Parma stay up.
The report adds how at the time that the agreement was struck the player’s approval was missing as he seemed to prefer a move to Fiorentina, but on Sunday he held talks with the Parma coach Roberto D’Aversa, who convinced him of the idea.