Spanish media claim that Milan have struck a deal to sign Barcelona’s Seydou Keita next season.
He is tied to the Blaugrana until June 2014, but it’s reported he has a clause in his contract allowing him to walk away two years early.
The clause is activated if the 31-year-old is not given a minimum number of appearances during the campaign.
According to Sport.es this evening, Vice-President Adriano Galliani has already reached a verbal agreement with the player’s entourage for next season.
This would mean bringing Keita to Milan on a free transfer in June.
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