Milan will hold talks with Manchester City at some stage next week to discuss the possible transfer of Carlos Tevez.
The Gazzetta dello Sport today claims that the two outfits will meet in an effort to do a deal for the Argentine.
The Rossoneri have agreed personal terms with the want-away striker, but their offer to take him on loan is understood to have been rejected by the English side.
With Paris Saint-Germain now entering the race for the former West Ham and Manchester United man, the Italian club have decided to set up a get-together with City.
Milan are hoping to get the South American on a six-month loan deal with an option to buy him outright in the summer for around €25m.
City, who haven’t used the player since September after his relationship with boss Roberto Mancini broke down, would rather sell outright immediately.
Some stories yesterday also suggested that Juventus had actually contacted the English outfit about a possible bid.
Juve director Pavel Nedved is reported to have spoken to Mancini, with speculation suggesting that the Turin giants could make a €21m offer.