Report: Midfield starlet could arrive in Milan on Wednesday – €2m deal ‘almost done’

By Isak Möller -

Milan have been very active on the transfer market thus far and it won’t stop just yet, with two medicals scheduled for tomorrow. Olivier Giroud had his today and there could be one more next week. 

According to the journalist Nicolo Shira, Warren Bondo is just one step away from joining Milan for a fee of €2m (including bonuses). The promising Nancy midfielder, who was born in 2003, could arrive in the city next Wednesday.

The deal is ‘almost done’, per the reporter, and the midfielder has agreed to sign a contract until 2024. That’s the longest you can do for a player under 18, but there will be an option for another two years to get around that.

Milan are working on the final details of the deal and if all goes according to plan, based on the report, the transfer could be announced next week. It remains to be seen if he would join the Primavera side or the first team straight away.

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  1. So we just buy children from the french league now. Milan is dead boys, milan is dead. No identity and has been completely taken over by Gazidis and Elliot and bargain hunting without care for our history. How can you get excited about these players? Dime a dozen value players…

    1. Qualified for the Champions League finishing 2nd in Series A, a relatively deep run in the Europa League and already sent 60 million euros this summer on transfers. Patience is needed, these are logical and well thought out transfers. A little more trust in young Italians would be nice but I can see the plan being played out with a balance between sporting and economic performance. There is only so much money that can be spent and they have to find jewels somewhere at a low cost.

      1. When you start justifying losing our identity as AC Milan just for monetary reasons is when the soul of the club dies. We now are just another club trying to make a buck, trying to extract value from our players, no longer is Milan a destination, but rather a stepping stone club. Enjoy buddy. Enjoy a heartless Milan where no player really cares about the shirt besides maybe Calabria and Ibra. But hey, at least we have made great financial choices right?? Shame.

        1. What a joke you are. Every team in the world is a business, every owner, president or management team, wanna have a profit. its just basic. You talk about Milan identity? We lost our identity after our club was destroyed by the ex presidents that really only cared about money. this year was the first in at least the last 10 years that it was nice to watch AC Milan play. True fans felt that, and we got hope that this management team, under Maldini, is gonna continue the great job they are doing. YOU, SIR, ARE A JOKE.

          1. Yes personal attacks make you seem very intelligent so thanks for that… but you prove my point. When everything is justified by money and value it has lost it’s way. Maybe that’s football on a larger scale as well but it’s definitely been evident with Milan. We used to have a good core of Italian players and it used to mean something… we were an Italian team. We’re now just getting whoever we can for cheap and who might have a high ceiling. It’s great from a business side, but terrible from a passion side.

    2. Milan is fine. Better than it was for long time actually.

      Just some “fans” who will always find a reason to cry.

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