AC Milan may finally have a solution to their Tiemoue Bakayoko problem as he is close to sealing an exit, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com report that Bakayoko should leave the Rossoneri before the end of the month because the French midfielder has accepted the proposal from Adana Demispor and will soon join the team who are coached by Vincenzo Montella.
Upon Milan’s return from Rome where they are playing Lazio tonight, the loan agreement with Chelsea will be terminated by the management, which will then be followed by a permanent transfer to Adana for the former Monaco man.
The usual medical checks will take place during the week, before Bakayoko puts pen to paper on a three-year contract worth €3m net per season plus a signing bonus.
Bakayoko returned to Milan in summer 2021 on a two-year loan from the Blues but was quickly established as out of favour under Stefano Pioli and he is yet to make an appearance this season.