Milan have officially announced that a fee has been agreed with Sevilla for striker Carlos Bacca, who will arrive pending a medical.
The Colombian international had already agreed a deal with the Rossoneri, but a transfer fee had not been agreed upon with the Spanish side.
However, in a statement on the club’s official website, the Diavolo have now confirmed that a deal has been struck.
“AC Milan announces that it has reached an agreement with Sevilla FC for the transfer of the player Carlos Bacca to Milan, pending the completion of medical examinations to be undertaken in the coming days.”
Bacca has a release fee in his contract of €30m, but it is not yet clear whether Milan met that price, or if the sale of Adil Rami to Sevilla allowed them to receive a discount.
It's thought the 28-year-old will sign a four-year deal, earning around €3.5m per season.