AC Milan have finally had an offer accepted for Atletico Madrid’s Angel Correa, according to the latest reports in Italy.
The transfer saga surrounding Correa has dragged on for weeks now as Milan and Atletico struggle to come to an agreement over a fee.
It has been claimed that distance between the two sides remains over transfer fee, despite the fact that the player reportedly wants the move and personal terms have already been agreed.
Reports earlier on Wednesday suggested that Paolo Maldini and Boban were preparing one final push to try and close the gap between Milan’s offer (€40m plus bonuses) and Atleti’s demands (€50-55m).
However, according to a report from Sportmediaset (via Calciomercato.com), the Rojiblancos have accepted Milan’s offer of €42million plus 30% future resale percentage.
In order for the white smoke, however, the sale of André Silva to Valencia and the transfer of Rodrigo from Valencia to Atletico is needed, the report claims.