Krzysztof Piatek has reportedly agreed terms with Milan, who must now work out a deal with Genoa.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Piatek is ready to put pen to paper on a five-year contract with Milan, despite late interest from West Ham United.
It would see the striker earn €35,000 a week after tax for the rest of the season and then €40,000 from the following campaign, as well as include ‘significant bonuses’.
The newspaper explains all that is left is for the Rossoneri to thrash out an agreement with Genoa.
The Rossoneri are understood to value the Pole at €40m and have prepared a loan with an option to buy on that basis.
However, La Gazzetta warns the Grifone are ‘seeking assurances’ that they will be remunerated, so the Diavolo could loan him for €10m and spread the remaining €30m in accordance with sporting objectives being met.
Furthermore, his move will only take place if Chelsea bring in Gonzalo Higuain and let Alvaro Morata join Atletico Madrid, who in turn release Nikola Kalinic to Monaco.
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