AC Milan to sign Kamada, midfielder with 21 goal contributions

AC Milan have beaten the competition of Dortmund and Napoli for the signing of Bundesliga star Daichi Kamada.

AC Milan are preparing for a summer transfer window of high-intensity. The Rossoneri are expected to make significant investments from midfield upwards. While the purchase of a new centre forward remains the top priority, Maldini and Massara are already at work to sign two important names to improve the midfield.

The Rossoneri need a player to challenge Ismael Bennacer for a starting spot and at the same time bring someone to replace Franck Kessie. AC Milan are in advanced talks to sign Daichi Kamada on a free transfer from Eintracht Frankfurt. Paolo Maldini is set to beat the strong competition of Borussia Dortmund for the Bundesliga star.

The Japanese playmaker is a sensational goal scorer finding the back of the net 15 times and providing 6 assists in 44 appearances with Eintracht Frankfurt this season. If there is something that Milan have desperately lacked in the past season that’s goals from midfielders. That’s precisely what Kamada is set to bring to AC Milan if the deal goes through.

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that AC Milan and Daichi Kamada have reached a verbal agreement. The 26-year-old Japanese midfielder has rejected offers from Dortmund and Napoli in order to join the Red and Blacks. can confirm that Kamada has accepted a long-term contract of around €3.5 million per season.

A very intelligent footballer, Kamada plays in the pocket behind the striker with great creativity. Kamada is able to play in a variety of attacking positions and is excellent at using both feet. He possesses superior speed to go with his great balance and agility and is comfortable on the left wing or as an attacking midfielder.

He often likes to find central areas of the pitch as opposed to hugging the touchline. Daichi Kama is great at finding space between the lines and receiving the ball at his feet. He picks up good positions and exploits the space in opposition defenses. The Rossoneri are waiting to end the season before closing the signing of the 26-year-old Japan international.

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