Monaco are on the verge of signing Milan striker Andre Silva, which will free up funds for the Rossoneri to bring in Angel Correa from Atletico Madrid.
Sky Sport Italia and Sport Mediaset both report Silva has agreed terms with Monaco and Milan will receive €30m with bonuses included.
Milan News also confirms the Portuguese has left the club’s training camp in Boston ahead of completing his transfer to the principality.
That will enable the Diavolo to close a deal for Correa, with the two broadcasters expecting movement soon, even if Atleti are continuing to demand €50m for the 24-year-old.
Silva looked to have a future back at San Siro, having returned from a loan spell at Sevilla and been reintegrated by new boss Marco Giampaolo.
However, Milan now seem likelier to keep Patrick Cutrone after he rejected a switch to Wolverhampton Wanderers.