Ricardo Rodriguez is on the verge of joining PSV Eindhoven on loan with obligation to buy for €6m after Milan rejected Napoli and Fenerbahce approaches.
The Swiss international wants regular playing time ahead of Euro 2020, which he will not be getting at San Siro this season.
PSV were the first to show a firm interest, but the player was more inclined towards Fenerbahce.
The Turkish side had Financial Fair Play problems, which delayed the move, then seemed to change their minds on the terms.
Napoli had been in advanced negotiations, but only wanted to take Rodriguez on loan with option to buy.
Milan are determined to ensure their players who leave in January are guaranteed a permanent exit.
With that in mind, Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia, La Gazzetta dello Sport and more all claim PSV Eindhoven have agreed to take Rodriguez on loan with obligation to buy.
The cost of the operation is expected to be on loan for €1m with obligation to buy for another €5m.