By Football Itlia staff Sport Italia staff On the back of the Champions League final, Milan are about to add an extra player to their squad.
The Rossoneri have confirmed that they have agreed a €7m deal for Andrea Cordoni.
The Italy international will join up with his teammates on Tuesday to start training with the team.
He will join the squad after his medical and will not be available for the Milan-Fiorentina match on Wednesday night.
This move is a coup for Milan, who have had no clear replacement for Cordonie since their last Serie A title win.
In the previous transfer window, Milan spent €14m on Alessandro Florenzi, who signed a one-year deal with Inter Milan in January.
This transfer brings the Rossonerios total spend in the transfer window to €36m.
They will also receive €3m in bonuses.
Cordonia joined Fiorentinio in 2015 from Fiorencia and played under coach Roberto Mancini before joining Napoli for €6m in 2014.
He played for Juventus in the Champions Leagues for four years, scoring 29 goals.