Daichi Kamada has reportedly agreed to join Milan on a free transfer and the club have now started scheduling his medicals in Lombardy.

The 26-year-old Japanese midfielder was seemingly waiting for the Rossoneri to secure Champions League football before deciding his future, and after last night’s 1-0 win over Juventus reports quickly emerged that the Eintracht Frankfurt man had agreed to join the club.

Kamada could be the solution to Milan’s problems. This season, the Japanese midfielder scored nine goals and provided seven assists in 32 Bundesliga appearances, playing a key creative role behind the frontline.

TMW reports that Kamada is expected to undergo his medicals with Milan in the coming weeks, possibly even next week after Milan’s final game of the season against Hellas Verona and Eintracht Frankfurt’s DFB-Pokal final against RB Leipzig.

The Rossoneri are keen to finalise the deal soon, not wanting the Japanese midfielder to slip out of their grasp now.

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  1. The squad desperately needs goalscorers, accomplished right wingers, more balance in midfield, potentially a right back and a left winger to push Leao. Especially when leao plays like he did yesterday.

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