Filippo Terracciano is ready to become a new AC Milan player. The deal was closed in the last few hours and now the full-back has arrived in the city.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio, tomorrow – Monday 8 January – will be the day he signs with the Rossoneri on a permanent deal from Verona. He will stay in a hotel tonight, undergo his medical examinations and then sign a contract until June 2028.
Terracciano will be Milan’s first actual signing in this January transfer market, as Geoffrey Moncada confirmed before the Empoli game, and the second addition after the early return of Matteo Gabbia from his loan at Villarreal.
The Italy U21 international will join for €4.5m as a fixed amount plus another €1.5m in potential bonuses. Furthermore, Verona will retain 10% on its future resale.
⚠️ Filippo Terracciano is in Milano ahead of his move to #ACMilan. Medical and contract signing scheduled for tomorrow.
— SempreMilan (@SempreMilanCom) January 7, 2024