According to today’s edition of La Gazzetta Dello Sport, AC Milan have found an agreement with Juventus for the transfer of Gonzalo Higuain. 

The Argentinian striker looks set to arrive on a paid loan, valued at €20m. AC Milan would then have to buy the player next summer, for a fee of €35m, thus making it €55m in total. 

Now the Rossoneri will have to agree on Higuain’s salary, although Gazzetta state that the distance between the parties has decreased significantly. Higuain’s move to Milan would also unlock the Bonucci-Caldara swap, as there is an agreement in principle between Milan and Juventus. 

READ MORE: Di Marzio: AC Milan closing in on double swoop of Caldara and Higuain

3 COMMENTS

  1. No no no Juve! Bonucci can get stuffed after biting the hand that fed him for so many years. Keep Caldera for the future!

  2. Comment:I think the move suit both parties considering the nature of the deal.first higuain is surplus to requirement due to inclusion of Ronaldo.Secondly, Caldara is too young to play regularly in juventus defence when the likes of chiellini,barzagali and benatia are available.He (caldara) can play regularly in milan defence for sure since there space for him.For Bonucci, is better for milan to release him since he acquainted the club for his desire to go back to his former employers.

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