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Barcelona target agrees to join AC Milan

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AC Milan have agreed a deal to bring highly-rated Japan international Keisuke Honda to the San Siro, according to Sports Direct News.

Reports say that Honda has agreed to move to Milan on a four-year deal that will see him earn up to £2.1m per season.

The CSKA Moscow playmaker, who scored 19 goals in Russia last season, has been linked with numerous clubs this summer, including Barcelona, who looked favourites to obtain the 27-year-old's signature.

However, the two clubs could still be in with a chance as the Rosseneri are reluctant to pay CSKA the £6m compensation fee they desire.

Honda's contract is due to expire in January 2014 and Massimiliano Allegri does not see the fee as reasonable for a player that will be able to leave for nothing in a few months time.

Although Milan are expected to sell Robinho to Santos for £6.8m in order to help fund the move.

 

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