Bojan Krkic has left Roma and confirmed to journalists “it’s all official, I am going to Milan.”
The Spaniard has been in advanced negotiations to complete the loan switch for this season and that looks to be completed this evening.
“It’s all official, I am going to Milan,” he told journalists as he was entering Rome’s Fiumicino Airport this afternoon.
Bojan emptied out his locker at the Trigoria training ground today and preferred the San Siro option to a potential loan with Liga side Malaga.
He joined Roma in the summer of 2011 from Barcelona on a two-year deal, but one which gave Barca the right to buy him back in 2013.
His arrival is just in time, as Milan are going through an injury crisis at the moment with Alexandre Pato and Robinho both out.
The official AC Milan website released a statement this afternoon confirming tests had shown that Robinho had picked up a
“first degree strain to the right thigh during Sunday’s Milan-Sampdoria match.
“The recovery time is expected to be three to four weeks, save for complications.”
It is another bitter blow for the Rossoneri, who already lost Pato to a muscular problem during the Trofeo Berlusconi earlier this month.