Saturday, August 18, 2018

AC Milan to sign Kalinic on permanent deal

Media reports in Italy suggest that AC Milan are set to turn Nikola Kalinic’s loan deal into permanent move.

The Croatian had joined the Rossoneri on a season-long loan with an obligatory buy out clause of €20 million which has now been triggered.

Said clause was triggered with Kalinic’s first appearance in 2018, meaning that AC Milan now need to pay the transfer fee in three instalments.

Even so, the Croatian forward may not have a long-term future at San Siro, having failed to impress since arriving from Fiorentina.

Kalinic last scored in a competitive game over three months ago and he is currently carrying a thigh injury.

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