Milan set to trigger their buy-out option on Florenzi, an agreement with Roma for €2.7m is reportedly close

Alessandro Florenzi during Italy training at at Wembley Stadium on May 31, 2022. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)

Alessandro Florenzi’s adventure at Milan will continue, and the Rossoneri got a discount from Roma.

Florenzi joined Milan last August on a paid loan (€1m) with option to buy (€4.5m) and after a season in which the Rossoneri ended up winning the Scudetto, the club seems to be convinced of triggering the option on Alessandro.

According to’s Antonio Vitiello, Sky’s Gianluca Di Marzio and others, Milan renegotiated the price for Florenzi and an agreement between the Diavolo and Roma seems to be very close.

In fact, instead of €4.5m, Milan are expected to pay around €2.7m for the Italian, who played both as a right-back and as a right-winger at Stefano Pioli in the passing season.

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Gbenga AJOSE

If you can close Florenzi deal within a twinkle of an eye, why Boatman and Sanches deal is taking forever? Let’s not rest on our laurels,. We need quality additions. At least we need to win the league like Minimum of 5 times consecutively. Juventus was able to win it 9 times at a go because of quality additions every mercato


Lyon still need to decide whether the transfer should happen on June or July, due to their financial issues.


Do this




Good news


Good transfer!

Next arrival from as roma – Nicolo Zaniolo!!