Milan have officially signed striker M’baye Niang from French side Caen with a three-year contract.
The player arrived at the Milanello training ground this afternoon to undergo a medical and the club announced the deal soon after.
The financial details of the agreement with Caen have not been released, but it was confirmed this is a permanent transfer.
Still only 17, Niang is one of the most impressive young prospects in French football and has been with Caen since the age of 13. He had also been heavily linked with Everton over the last few weeks.
His new contract with Milan expires on June 30 2015.
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