Ahead of the upcoming season, which will start with the Europa League playoffs in late August, AC Milan are already making moves on the transfer market. Not only are they making plans, but the first signing has also been announced.
As confirmed on their website this evening, the Rossoneri have signed Pierre Kalulu on a free transfer. The youngster’s contract with Lyon expired in June and Paolo Maldini pounced on the opportunity, managing to secure his services.
Kalulu has a signed a five-year deal with Milan and it remains to be seen what his role with the first team will be. In recent days, it has been reported that the Rossoneri will sign another right-back this September, replacing Andrea Conti or Davide Calabria.
“AC Milan announces the signing of Pierre Kalulu, on a permanent transfer. The contract of the French player expires on 30 June 2025,” the statement read.
In his first interview with the club, which you can read here, the 20-year-old revealed why he decided to join Milan. He also named his two biggest strengths on the pitch, hoping to make the fans happy with his performances next season.