AC Milan are very close to sealing an agreement with Roma for Alessandro Florenzi but have not done so yet, according to a report.
This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) writes that a definitive agreement could arrive in the next few hours and it is only a matter of time until he makes his way north to Milano. The player was ready to fly to Milan yesterday, but the negotiation was slowed down by the lack of agreement between the two clubs regarding the amount to be paid for the loan.
However, there were further contacts in the evening and the two clubs are moving towards a meeting point with regards to Roma’s request for the loan fee of €1.5m and Milan’s offer of €1m. Therefore, there is just €500k dancing on the deal being done, but the Rossoneri will get it over the line soon.
The Giallorossi initially insisted on an obligation to buy being includes, but decided to accept a paid loan with option to buy, so Pioli will soon have his reinforcement on the right.