The Colombian defender and the Slovak midfielder are set to join Milan in January…
According to Calciomercato, Milan have reached an agreement with Udinese over wide-man Pablo Armero move. Milan are expected to pay the Friuli side a sum of €10 million plus let them take a Primavera player on co-ownership.
The 26-year-old has only played a bit-part for Francesco Guidolin’s men this term, starting just eight games in Serie A.
Former America Cali and Palmeiras ace can cover numerous of positions, including left-back, centre-back and a winger.
It has also been reported that Milan have reached an agreement with usual partners Genoa for Slovakia’s ace, Juraj Kucka.
Genoa’s officials have had a meeting with Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani yesterday to discuss a loan move for the not-meant Inter signing, reports virgilio.it.
However, president Enrico Preziosi has reportedly asked for a player in return and it’s widely rumored that either one of Djamel Mesbah and Francesco Acerbi is set to join the Rossoblu.