AC Milan director Paolo Maldini spoke with Torino defender Mergim Vojvoda and agreed terms over a potential summer move, a report claims.
Kosovan journalist Arlind Sadiku (via 90min) reports that his compatriot Mergim Vojvoda has agreed terms with Milan, as the 27-year-old met with Paolo Maldini to discuss a potential move to the Rossoneri this summer.
Now it is up to Milan to find an agreement with Torino but an offer is expected once the transfer window reopens. Of course we wait for confirmations from the Italian media given that he has not yet been linked, but Vojvoda is a Dalot-esque player given he can play both full-back positions and even as a winger.
This would make him a solid back-up for Theo Hernandez and Davide Calabaria and one who knows the league well, and therefore could be deemed a guaranteed upgrade on Fode Ballo-Touré who may well leave in the summer.