Milan reportedly have a deal with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but are waiting for a UEFA judgement before negotiating with LA Galaxy.
It has been reported in recent weeks that the Rossoneri are in talks to bring the striker back to San Siro, with talk of a six month deal worth around €2.5m.
There would also likely be an option to extend that deal by a further year if both parties are happy to continue.
SportMediaset is confident that is indeed the case, and a deal is completely done with the player and his agent.
Ibrahimovic still has another year on his contract in MLS though, so there will need to be negotiations with the Galaxy.
The broadcaster believes Milan are waiting for UEFA to hand down their Financial Fair Play sentence before opening talks, as they need to know what kind of money they’ll have available.
Ibra’s current club aren’t keen to let him go though, and could get rid of one of their designated players to allow him to sign a new contract which isn’t restricted by the league’s salary cap.