Report: Sampdoria Star Antonio Cassano Agrees To Sensational Milan Move

Out-of-favor Sampdoria striker Antonio Cassano has reportedly come to terms with Milan over a move to the Rossoneri.
Out-of-favor Sampdoria striker Antonio Cassano has reportedly found an agreement to join current league leaders Milan during the upcoming transfer window.

According to Sky Sport 24, the 28-year-old will be moving to via Turati on a full-ownership deal, and not on a loan as first suspected.

Cassano is set to sign a contract until 2014, earning €3.5 million a season plus bonuses. Sampdoria are also to pay Real Madrid - Cassano's former club - a figure of approximately €5m for having sold the striker prior to his contract expiring.

Coach Massimiliano Allegri had also given permission for the club to go after the Italian international.

Earlier this evening, an arbitration panel had determined the player's contract would not be terminated, but his wages with the Blucerchiati would be slashed by 50 percent.

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