Junior Messias is expected to sign for Genoa over the weekend as an agreement has been reached to facilitate his AC Milan exit, a report claims.
According to the latest from Gianluca Di Marzio, Messias will leave the Rossoneri after two seasons with 68 appearances, 12 goals (10 in Serie A and 2 in the Champions League) and five assists in order to start a new adventure.
The former Crotone star arrives at Genoa on loan with an obligation to buy for next summer. Milan will receive €1.5m as the loan fee plus €1.5m for the obligation, including bonuses.
The 32-year-old is expected to undergo his medical shortly and sign his contract with the Rossoblu, thus ending his two-year time with Milan.
Meanwhile, the report also states that Lorenzo Colombo has been chosen by Genoa as their target for the striker role after the arrival of Mateo Retegui.
The Ligurian club would like him on a loan deal and they expect to be able to overcome the competition from Cagliari. There could be news in the next 2/3 days.