Milan left-back Ivan Strinic has reportedly reached agreement over the termination of his contract.
According to Sky Sport Italia, the release was clinched during a meeting between the player and club yesterday.
ANSA is running a similar line, although it stresses talks are still ongoing.
Strinic only joined Milan from Sampdoria last summer, signing a two-year deal, but failed to make any appearances after a heart problem came to light.
The 31-year-old had also been pushed further down the pecking order by Theo Hernandez’s arrival from Real Madrid.
Prior to his spell at San Siro, the Croatian World Cup finalist played for Napoli and Sampdoria, working with Marco Giampaolo at the latter.