AC Milan are closing in on two transfers, claim several Italian media. The Rossoneri have agreed terms with Genoa for Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek, who is expected to complete his transfer to the club on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Milan is negotiating with Dutch champions PSV for the transfer of Steven Bergwijn.
It is thought that Bergwijn will join Milan on a six-month loan deal from PSV, with an obligated option to buy at the end of the season worth around €25m, which could rise to €35m with several performance bonuses. Bergwijn has earned three caps for the Dutch national team and has recorded 10 goals and nine assists in 25 games for PSV this season.
It is also reported that Piatek will be completing his transfer to Milan on Tuesday, with a press presentation following on Wednesday. Genoa will receive an initial €35m transfer fee for the 23-year-old striker. Due to several performance related bonuses, the transfer is potentially worth €40m.