Roma and Milan have reportedly agreed terms for Stephan El Shaarawy, as the ex-Monaco player gives his all-clear.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Giallorossi will be his next destination.
It’s a loan deal with option to buy for €12m, which will become mandatory after he makes a certain number of appearances for the club.
This is the same situation SES had at Monaco, but the French side dropped him just shy of the threshold, having decided they did not want to make his move permanent.
Genoa were also strongly interested in taking El Shaarawy back to Serie A, as it is his home-town club and he grew up in their youth academy.
However, it’s suggested Roma are very close to securing the transfer, as he replaces Bournemouth-bound Juan Manuel Iturbe.