MN: Milan have closed three more deals in addition to Giroud – all the names

By Isak Möller -

Milan have already announced the signings of Mike Maignan, Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali but it won’t end there. Olivier Giroud is undergoing his medical, but three more signings have been secured. 

According to MilanNews, the Rossoneri have also reached an agreement with Monaco over Fode Ballo-Toure. The operation will cost them €4.2m plus bonuses (rumoured to be €500K), which is a good deal for a deputy left-back.

An agreement has also been found with Real Madrid for Brahim Diaz, who will return on a two-year loan deal. There will be a buy-out clause in favour of Milan but there will also be a buy-back clause in favour of the Bernabeu side.

And finally, the Rossoneri are also closing the deal that will see Warren Bondo join the team from Ligue 2 side Nancy. The young midfielder, born in 2003, could be added to the first team but if not, he will be with the Primavera.

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Tags AC Milan Brahim Diaz Fode Ballo-Toure Monaco Nancy Real Madrid Warren Bondo

4 Comments

  1. abanjo2003 says:

    this guy Warren Bondo is nothing special man. Even his comps ain’t good which are usually good to glorify the player. Saalemaekers is way better

    1. AR says:

      Take it easy. He’s 17 lol. For a 17 yr old he looks very promising and was already starting for his team. He’s not being signed to be a starter.

  2. Rossoneri fan says:

    Quantity no quality yet.

    Pls we need some quality signings too.

    The problem with this project is that all the Quality signings done are old men Ibra and Kjaer.

    1. MrPresidentKessie says:

      Tomori is not a quality signing for you? Diaz has been signed to fill the depth, so I believe a big n10 name will arrive. What I learned as a Milan fan through all these years, is that we have to be patient 😀

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