from Italy are suggesting Brazilian super-star Ronaldo is expected to
complete his Milan medical today and be officially presented as a
Rossonero player tomorrow.
newspaper ‘La Repubblica’ this morning reported that Real Madrid have
agreed to let
Ronaldo go to Milan in exchange
for 7,5 million Euros.
Subsequently it has emerged that Milan sent a written offer to Real this
morning confirming their bid for the striker.
And Ernesto Bronzetti - a
FIFA agent who acts as an
intermediary between Real and the Italian clubs - clarified the
situation this morning by confirming:
"The clubs agreed a fee of around 6 million Euros. But one cannot yet
say that Ronaldo is Milan's.
"First he has to arrive in Milan, undergo [and pass] his medical, then
agree to terms with Milan on the contract.
"That in theory has been already done. Let's not rush things now."
Ronaldo is due to be at the San Siro stadium tonight when Milan face
Roma in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final, with the tansfer
expected to be done and dusted then, and officially announced tomorrow
at a formal press conference.
This latest chapter in the Ronaldo story means El Fenomeno will not only
have played for the two great Spanish rivals, Barcelona and
Real Madrid, but also both the
Milanese giants, Internazionale and AC Milan.