Florenzi edging closer to permanent Milan move

Alessandro Florenzi of AC Milan

After initially joining Milan last summer on loan, former Roma captain Alessandro Florenzi is nearing a permanent move to the Rossoneri.

Florenzi initially left Roma in January 2020 once it became clear he lost his place under former manager Paulo Fonseca. He spent six months in La Liga with Valencia before completing a second consecutive loan switch—this time to PSG for the 2020/2021 season.

The Parisians opted not to make his loan move permanent and the 31 year-old ultimately returned to the Italian capital—but it wouldn’t be for long.

Following a series a of meeting, Roma and Florenzi’s agent, Alessandro Lucci, agreed it was best for both parties to move on, leading to the player joining Milan on loan.

Despite primarily featuring from the bench, the Italian has enjoyed an important role within the team and wants to remain with the club beyond the expiration of his loan.

As a result, calciomercato.com reports Milan is ready to activate the €4 million option to buy included in the deal.

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