Milan reportedly have a deal for Club Brugge talent Maxime Lestienne, the cheaper alternative to Alessio Cerci.
Their interest in the 22-year-old Belgian had already been noted earlier this week, but Sky Sport Italia claim negotiations have intensified.
It’s reported the club had a productive meeting with his agents, Mikkel Beck and Rocco Donzini, over the weekend.
Lestienne is due to arrive on loan with an option to buy at the end of the season.
He provides width in a left-sided attacking role and is therefore seen as an alternative to Torino’s €20m-rated Cerci.