AC Milan are pushing to try and sign Wilfried Singo from Torino and they have essentially agreed a deal for him, according to a report.
According to Alfredo Pedulla, Torino seem to be preparing for Singo’s farewell because Milan have taken concrete steps to sign him, essentially verbally agreeing a deal for the full-back whose contract expires in less than a year.
The possibility of a meeting next week to try to close the deal cannot be ruled out, and the two clubs are talking on the basis of a transfer fee between €10-12m with possible inclusion of bonuses.
A counterpart could be used too, given that Ivan Juric has a liking for Junior Messias which has existed even before he went to Milan.
Messias could also be a separate negotiation, while the Granata would also like the return of Tommaso Pobega who as things stand will leave with the squad for their tour of the USA.
Meanwhile, Torino ARE also thinking about Singo’s replacement AND they like Marcus Holmgren Pedersen of Feyenoord, with a valuation between €7-8m.