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AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has confirmed Sampdoria striker Antonio Cassano will be joining the club this week.

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Cassano has reportedly been fired from Samp over a row with the club president, Riccardo Garrone, and will join the Rossoneri in order to start training with them at a winter camp in Dubai on Dec 27.

Berlusconi is pleased to be adding the 28-year-old striker to his squad, but also expressed his disappointment at the recent performances of Brazilian midfielder Ronaldinho.

"Yes. We will be signing Cassano. I am also very happy with how the side are playing,'' Berlusconi confirmed to Adnkronos.

"It is a shame for Ronaldinho," he added. "At the moment, he has not been playing well or training as well as he can."

Cassano has reportedly accepted a reduction of his current contract of €2.8 million per year and is set sign for Milan until 2014. However, he will be forced to pay some of the €5 million that has to be paid to his former club Real Madrid due to a clause in his current deal.

Meanwhile, Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has congratulated Milan over their transfer swoop. "Cassano is an excellent buy for Milan," he said. "I would give [Milan Vice-President Adriano] Galliani 10 out of 10 because he is performing miracles.''

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