The deal that will bring Roma's Mattia Destro to Monaco will be finalised today, with only €2m still to be negotiated.
The striker spent half of last season on loan to Milan and will be looking for a new destination this summer.
The ongoing negotiations that would take the 24-year-old to the Ligue 1 club will be settled today, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Giallorossi are asking for an extra €2m compared to Monaco's offer, who would rather pay them in the form of bonuses.
Roma will also have to turn 5 per cent of the revenue from the sale to Inter, as part of their original deal when the player was signed from the Nerazzurri.
Destro himself is expecting a salary €2.5m per season.
Fiorentina reportedly also probed for the striker, asking for a loan with a compulsory purchase clause, but the option did not convince the Lupi.