Di Marzio: AC Milan secure Strinic on free transfer

Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Ivan Strinic is going to be AC Milan’s first summer signing. The Croatian left back join the Rossoneri on a free transfer.

Ivan Strinic, Sampdoria’s left back, will become a new AC Milan player when his current contract expires in June. The former Napoli defender will play with the Rossoneri starting from the 2018/2019 season. Gianluca Di Marzio reports the news, through his Twitter profile. Below is the tweet of the transfer market expert. Sampdoria has been notified about the negotiations between the club in via Aldo Rossi and the Croatian.

The 30 year old full back joined Sampdoria last summer for 2 million euros after two season at Napoli. Strinic is a regular starter with the Croatian national team and has made 41 appearances since his 2010 debut. 

Strinic’s arrival translates in sure departure for Luca Antonelli who this year has been second options on the left, replacing Ricardo Rodriguez in times of injury. Fiorentina are expected to be his next destination.

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