Croatia full-back Ivan Strinic is said to have a greed a deal to join Serie A giants AC Milan on a free transfer next summer, according to Sky.
The 30-year-old Sampdoria star only joined Blucerchiati from Napoli last summer but could already be on the move a year later. Strinic has impressed with Sampdoria this season, during which he managed to grab two assists in 14 top flight appearances.
The Croatian defender signed a short-term agreement with Sampdoria and will be a free agent once the current season ends.
AC Milan are said to have taken a full advantage of such a situation to open talks with the 30-year-old and agree a deal reportedly running until 2020.
Gazzetta dello Sport claims all has been agreed between Rossoneri and Strinic who thus far played for Le Mans, Hrvatski Dragovoljac and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk before moving to Italy in 2015.
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