The Slovakia international is on his way to the San Siro outfit after both clubs successfully concluded talks over an undisclosed fee following Friday's Serie A encounter
By Elia Raimondo
AC Milan are set to secure the services of Juraj Kucka from Genoa for an undisclosed fee, Goal.com understands.
Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani and Genoa president Enrico Preziosi met in the aftermath of Friday's Serie A encounter to discuss a number of players.
Kucka was one of the main talking points, and both clubs have now successfully concluded negotiations over the permanent transfer of the holding midfielder.
The Slovakia international will complete his move to Milan once the summer transfer window opens, and will earn an annual salary of €1.2 million [£1m] per year at San Siro.
The 26-year-old joined Genoa from Sparta Prague in the summer of 2011, and has since developed into a key player for the Grifone.
Galliani and Preziosi also discussed the futures of Mattia Perin, Andreas Granqvist, Luca Antonini and Bryan Cristante, and will continue talks over the quartet at the end of the 2012-13 campaign.