AC Milan appear to be closing in on their fourth signing of the January window, at least if reports in Spain are anything to go by.
A statement on the club’s official website states that Milan and Parma have reached an agreement over the loan of Andrea Conti until the end of the season. Parma will have an obligation to make the deal permanent under certain conditions.
While that deal was in the pipeline, it led to speculation that Milan could look for a new left-back, allowing loanee Diogo Dalot to be Davide Calabria’s new back-up and the new recruit being the deputy to Theo Hernandez, and it seems as though Junior Firpo is the primary target.
According to Spanish news outlet Onda Cero (via BarcaCentre), the loan of Firpo to Milan is almost finalised for around €500k. The Rossoneri will have a purchase option of €20million at the end of his loan spell.