AC Milan and Chelsea appear to have finally reached a full and total agreement over the transfer of Olivier Giroud, according to a report.
The latest from Sky (via MilanNews) confirms that the operation his now down to the very final details, and even today Milan and Chelsea have worked to file down the final distances on certain aspects of the deal.
Tomorrow could be the day that the exchange of documents takes place which will essentially make the Frenchman’s move to the Rossoneri official, while Monday seems to be the day when his medical examinations can begin, though they could postpone them until Wednesday at the latest.
That means that Giroud should be able to join up with the rest of his new team-mates at Milanello some time after his holidays, with the 34-year-old arriving as the fourth summer signing after Mike Maignan, Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali, the latter two joining permanently after successful loan spells.
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