Simon Kjaer’s contract was bought by Milan from Seville, according to Italian media.
On a six-month loan with a buyout option, the Dane arrived at the San Siro in the January transfer window. In the end, the Rossoneri decided to activate it and invest 3.5 million euros in the Dane.
Sky Sport reports that the two sides have reached an agreement and that the experienced stopper will remain at San Siro for the next few years, and the deadline for buying the contract for the Rossoneri expires tomorrow.
Since coming to the club, Kjaer has promoted himself to one of the standard players in the lineup of Stefan Pioli and has registered 14 games.
This transfer will be made official very soon, journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reports.
Kjaer played for Atalanta, Roma, Fenerbahce, and Wolfsburg, among others as he changed a large number of teams earlier in his career.