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AC Milan Close The Transfer Of Right Back To Parma On A Loan With Obligation To Buy

The defender struggled to settle in with the Rossoneri but has the chance to reinvent himself at Parma.

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Nicolo Schira is reporting that Andrea Conti has completed his medicals with Parma ahead of his move from AC Milan on a loan with an obligation to buy for 7 million euros. He also notes that the right back will have a 10 million release clause that will kick in next summer.

Daniele Longo is reporting that the deal is with an option to buy but this becomes an obligation if Parma secure their place in Serie A by avoiding relegation this season.

The defender will be leaving the club after three and a half season in Milan that were marred with injuries. The right back arrived from Atalanta with a lot of promise but struggled to live up to the hype and has been surpassed by the home grown youngster Davide Calabria and loanee Diogo Dalot. Conti played 51 games for Milan in that time and provided 5 assists.

Milan Reports are stating that Parma have closed the deal for Conti but the club are now looking at another target in centre back Mateo Musacchio but the player is not convinced to leave Milan at the moment.