Milan full-back Andrea Conti is on the verge of a loan move with option to buy for Parma, with Fikayo Tomori replacing him from Chelsea.
According to Sky Sport Italia, a deal has been reached between the two clubs and Conti will make the move after a medical on Tuesday.
The transfer is delayed until after Milan’s Serie A match against Cagliari on Monday evening.
Conti had been close to Fiorentina, but the negotiations collapsed over the last few days.
The same is true of Chelsea and Tomori, who will fly out to Milan on Tuesday.
In the case of Conti, it’s a loan with option to buy for €7m, which will become an obligation if Parma manage to avoid relegation this season.
As for Tomori, the loan has an option to buy for €30m, although Milan are trying to get him for 18 months rather than six.