Milan have confirmed that co-ownership for six of their players has been resolved, with Andrea Poli and Stefano Gori staying at San Siro.
Half a dozen of the Rossoneri players had to have their futures confirmed by Friday this week, and the club have revealed that two of them – Poli and Gori – have become full-fledged members of the Diavolo.
“There is time until Friday to resolve other players’ futures,” a statement read. “Meanwhile, Milan have resolved six partnerships.
“Two in favour of Milan – Andrea Poli and Stefano Gori. Four however, have gone in favour of the other clubs involved.
“Luca Bertoni to Carpi, Filippo Lora to Citadel, Filippo Perucchini to Lecce and Bartosz Salamon to Sampdoria.”
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