Andrea Poli will soon join Bologna, with the Rossoneri getting nothing in return, as they’ve agreed to release him on a free transfer, Di Marzio reports.
It’s been in the air for weeks now, but today a final agreement was reached between all the parties and soon it will be official: Andrea Poli is leaving Milan.
As reported by Gianluca Di Marzio on Wednesday, the Rossoneri have agreed to release Poli of his contract without any compensation, and he will go to Bologna on a free transfer. Earlier reports suggested that the Diavolo would get €2m from the operation, but it seems that Massimiliano Mirabelli and Marco Fassone are willing to lose Poli for free.
Poli joined Milan from Sampdoria in 2013 and despite his arriving with some promise, the 27-year-old was a squad player for most of his tenure with the Rossoneri; his exit will be official soon.