Milan will complete a deal to take total control of Stephan El Shaarawy’s contract at the end of the season.
The attacker is currently co-owned with Genoa, but that seemingly won’t be the case for too much longer.
According to reports in Italy, Rossoblu chief Enrico Preziosi held talks with the Rossoneri last night where an agreement was reached in principle.
Although there are some details to iron out, the Italian Under-21 international will become 100 per cent Rossonero in the summer.
El Shaarawy, still just 19, has scored four goals in 25 games across all competitions for the Diavolo so far this season.
It is also understood that Milan and Genoa discussed the future of Rossoneri midfielder Alexander Merkel who is co-owned between the two clubs too.
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