AC Milan have confirmed that they have completed a season-long loan deal for Roma striker Bojan Krkic.
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Bojan, 22, arrived in Italy from Barcelona for €12 million in 2011, but failed to produce his best form during his debut season and slipped down the pecking order.
Now with Milan in the market for a striker following the sale of Zlatan Ibramimovic to Paris Saint-Germain, manager Massimiliano Allegri has added the player to his squad for a year.
A statement appeared on Milan's official website read: "Milan announces that it has acquired the player Bojan Krkic on a temporary basis from AS Roma.
"With these few words, we confirm the arrival at AC Milan of the Spanish attacker who this morning has taken and passed a medical and tomorrow [Wednesday] he will be available to Massimiliano Allegri. Tomorrow at 13.45 CET there will be his first press conference at the Milanello Sports Centre.
Former Milan player Alberigo Evani also spoke of the signing, telling website Tuttomercatoweb.net that his versatility will prove vital to his old side.
"How can Milan change with Bojan? The formation could stay the same but everything will depend on the intentions of Allegri," Evani said. "Bojan is an adaptable player, able to play across the offensive line.''