Milan reportedly have an agreement with midfielder Jose Sosa, but they disagree with Besiktas over the price of a transfer.
The 31-year-old is hardly a flashy market move, but he could add a layer of depth to Vincenzo Montella's bench, and is believed to have the right technical qualities for the former striker's game.
Sosa had already been indicated as being close to the Rossoneri, and today's edition of the Gazzetta dello Sport confirms the rumours.
They also add that Sosa has already struck an agreement with Milan for a transfer, and that a deal only remains to be found with the Turkish club.
There is, however, a substantial difference in terms of offer and demand, as Milan are willing to spend €4m and Besiktas want €8m.
If the Turks do not show themselves to be a bit more flexible, the deal may fall through, as the Diavolo do not want to spend too much money on this transfer.