Diego Lopez is ready to sign for Milan after the Real Madrid goalkeeper’s agent agreed personal terms.
Real Madrid had already agreed to hand him to the Rossoneri free of charge, save for performance-related bonuses at the end of the season.
According to Sky Sport Italia, talks carried on overnight and details were whittled down this morning in a face-to-face meeting with representative Manuel Garcia Quillon.
There had been concerns yesterday that Diego Lopez’s wage demands could scupper the move, but the situation has been sorted out, as confirmed by Milan Channel - the club's official television station.
It's believed the wage demands dropped from €4m per season to €2.5m with add-ons.
"It is 99 per cent done," confirmed CEO Adriano Galliani.
The goalkeeper is due to sign a four-year contract after undergoing his medical on Monday, the same day Pablo Armero joins on loan from Udinese.
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