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Andre Silva in LaLa Land After Big Move to AC Milan

12 June 2017

AC Milan surprised everyone on Sunday night as Andre Silva was at Milanello to discuss a move to join the Rossoneri, and he is undergoing a medical on Monday morning.

Silva will become Milan's fourth new arrival ahead of next season after the captures of Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessie and Ricardo Rodriguez.

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Andre Silva says he will work hard to live up to the praise of Cristiano Ronaldo, who thinks the soon-to-be AC Milan striker will prove to be his heir for Portugal. The Portugal worldwide reportedly arrived in Milan on Sunday evening to agree personal terms and undergo the first part of his medical at the club's Milan Lab facilities at their Milanello training ground.

The striker has already racked up seven goals from eight caps in an impressive start to his burgeoning worldwide career.

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Ben Gladwell reports on Serie A, the Italian national team and the Bundesliga for ESPN FC, UEFA and the Press Association.