Milan and Chelsea have now finally reached an agreement over a fee for American winger, Christian Pulisic.
New Telegraph gathered that negotiations between the two clubs have been ongoing for some weeks and there is now an agreement over a fee.
Milan will pay a fee of €20 million which includes bonuses and the details of the move are now being sorted out.
The documents are now being exchanged and finalised ahead of the move.
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Pulisic’s willingness to join Milan has proved vital as he rejected Lyon, which forced Chelsea to peg back the French side’s offer.
Pulisic currently has a Croatian passport, making sure that Milan could yet sign a non-EU player for the remaining slot and that could well be Samuel Chukwueze.
A four-year deal is ready for the American and an agreement over personal terms already exists.