Serie A activist Parma announces that he has signed a Milan defender on a loan contract with mandatory purchase.
Parma club announced today, Thursday, that Milan defender Andrea Conte has signed a contract that will extend until June 2025.
Conte, 26, will move to Parma on loan before the transfer becomes permanent at the end of the current season.
Parma said in a statement: “Parma Club is pleased to announce that Andrea Conte has joined its ranks from Milan on a loan deal that will last until 30 June 2021.”
The statement added, “There is an obligation to purchase the player at the end of the loan contract. Indeed, the club and the player have agreed on the details of the contract under which the player will continue with the club until June 30, 2025.”