With Ante Rebic currently undergoing a medical in Milano, the terms of his move to the Rossoneri have been revealed by one journalist.
Rebic arrived in the city on Sunday evening as Milan and Eintracht Frankfurt struck an agreement on Sunday for the forward’s transfer, with Andre Silva moving in the opposite direction.
Our mercato expert Vito Angele reported on Sunday evening that an agreement had been struck between Milan and their Bundesliga counterparts over a two-year loan with option to buy.
At the time of writing, the Croatia international is undergoing final fitness tests before heading to Casa Milan to sign the contract and be officially unveiled as a new Milan player.
La Gazzetta dello Sport‘s Nicolo Schira on Twitter has confirmed that the basis of the deal is a two-year loan spell which will cost €5million, with an option to buy at the end of that for €20m.
He goes on to add that the 25-year-old former Fiorentina forward will earn €2.2million per year net, plus bonuses.
Fali #Ramadani al Cavallini si gode la chiusura dell'operazione Ante #Rebic al #Milan in prestito biennale (5 milioni) con diritto di riscatto a 20 milioni. Stipendio da 2,2 milioni netti più bonus per il croato. #calciomercato
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) September 2, 2019
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