Milan have reportedly finalized talks for Hellas Verona midfielder Filippo Terracciano, and he is scheduled to undergo a medical examination on Monday.
While other Serie A teams, including Juventus, Fiorentina, Lazio, and Napoli, showed interest in the player, Milan consistently remained the front-runners.
As per Sky Sport Italia and Fabrizio Romano, an agreement has been reached, amounting to approximately €4.5 million along with an additional €1 million in bonuses and a 10 percent share of his future transfer fee.
Filippo Terracciano will undergo a medical exam and pen the contract upon his arrival in Milan on Monday.
It is anticipated that the contract will span four and a half years, amounting to €1 million per season, inclusive of bonuses. Turning 21 next month, Terracciano is a product of the Hellas Verona youth academy. In the current season, he has participated in 19 matches for Hellas across Serie A and the Coppa Italia, providing one assist.