Chukwueze to earn €3.6m at Milan

Nigerian winger Samuel Chukwueze’s much-anticipated move to Milan is nearly done as the Italian giants have successfully concluded negotiations with Villarreal and the Nigeria international is set to undergo his medicals on Tuesday (today) PUNCH Sports Extra reports.

Sky Sport Italia reports that the deal is all but finalized, with only minor administrative formalities remaining to be resolved within the next few hours.

The final details are expected to be ironed out today once Chukwueze completes , paving the way for contract signings and official confirmation of the transfer.

Sources indicate that the transfer fee amounts to a substantial €20m, accompanied by an additional €8m in performance-related bonuses. Chukwueze’s current contract with Villarreal was due to expire at the end of the ongoing season, adding further motivation to finalize the deal swiftly.

One noteworthy complication as a result of his status as a Nigeria international, which means he does not possess an EU passport and this requires extra attention during the transfer process.

The 24-year-old forward is on the verge of committing to a five-year contract with Milan worth €3.6m, solidifying his position as the latest reinforcement to bolster their attacking prowess, alongside Christian Pulisic and Noah Okafor.

Chukwueze’s imminent arrival in Italy is expected on Tuesday for his medicals which will be the final step before he begins his journey as a proud Rossoneri.

The successful conclusion of this deal will prompt Milan to expedite his travel arrangements, ensuring his timely presence in the United States for the pre-season tour, where he will join Stefano Pioli’s squad.

As excitement builds within the Milan fan base, all eyes are now on the official announcement, eagerly awaiting Chukwueze’s debut in the iconic red and black jersey.

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