Milan have Strinic deal?

by | Feb 5, 2018 18:17

It’s reported Milan have a deal for Sampdoria full-back Ivan Strinic, who could arrive on a free transfer in the summer.

The Croatian signed for the Blucerchiati from Napoli in the summer, and he has two assists in his 14 Serie A games this season.

According to Sky, his contract is expiring at the end of the season and the Rossoneri have already got a deal in place to bring the defender to San Siro.

When Samp signed Strinic they didn’t announce the length of his contract, though Gazzetta dello Sport has reported that it runs until 2020.

It’s reported Milan have a deal for Sampdoria full-back Ivan Strinic, who could arrive on a free transfer in the summer.

The Croatian signed for the Blucerchiati from Napoli in the summer, and he has two assists in his 14 Serie A games this season.

According to Sky, his contract is expiring at the end of the season and the Rossoneri have already got a deal in place to bring the defender to San Siro.

When Samp signed Strinic they didn’t announce the length of his contract, though Gazzetta dello Sport has reported that it runs until 2020.

It’s therefore not clear if his contract is indeed expiring, though Sky are confident that he’ll join Milan in the summer.

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