Milan will reportedly swoop for River Plate defender and Fiorentina target Emanuel Mammana this summer.
La Viola were in talks to bring the 19-year-old to Italy at the end of the January window, but negotiations collapsed over the transfer fee.
Tuttosport reports today that the Rossoneri could now come in for the youngster this summer to take advantage of a good relationship established in a deal for Leonel Vangioni.
The San Siro club let the Argentine giants keep the left-back until the summer, when he will join as a free agent, instead of pushing to acquire him straight away.
River Plate are demanding €10m for Mammana, who Milan reportedly want to pair with Alessio Romagnoli to create a youthful defensive partnership.