Andrea Poli has been cleared to start training with Milan, despite the deal not actually being completed.
The Sampdoria midfielder has been heavily linked with a move to San Siro this summer, with the player's agent meeting with the Rossoneri on a regular basis over the past few weeks.
A deal between Poli, the Bluerchiati and Massimiliano Allegri's men looked to be all-set.
However, as part of the transfer, Polish youngster Bartosz Salamon was meant to be going in the opposite direction in a co-ownership deal. The 22-year-old though, has not yet come to an agreement with the Genoese club.
In the meantime though, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Delio Rossi's side have allowed Poli to meet up with his new Milan teamamtes and start pre-season training.
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