There are conflicting reports on Diego Lopez, as some claim his wage demands are too high for Milan, others see a Saturday transfer.
Real Madrid have agreed to hand the goalkeeper to Milan for free, receiving only performance-related bonuses at the end of the season.
While La Gazzetta dello Sport insisted his wage demands were putting the block on any further negotiations, Sky Sport Italia see a clear path to the move.
It is suggested Diego Lopez’s agent will fly in tomorrow morning for final negotiations with Adriano Galliani over personal terms.
He’d then put pen to paper on a three-year contract, as his current deal with Real Madrid expires in June 2015.
Meanwhile, Milan expect Pablo Armero to arrive on loan from Udinese, but Sky Sport Italia again claim there has been a change of plan.
When he arrives for his medical on Monday, the deal will be a one-season loan without option to buy the Colombian international.