Yannick Carrasco has given his green light to secure a move to AC Milan before the deadline, a report claims.
Reports from Sky earlier on Wednesday suggested that the Rossoneri are focusing all their efforts on securing the Belgium international following failed pursuits of other targets.
Manuele Baiocchini, who spoke to Sky Sport 24, gave the latest updates on the deal for Carrasco.
“Milan are desperately looking for a winger. They asked for Deulofeu, but Watford did not want to give him up.
“Milan then returned to Carrasco, trying to change the conditions offered to Dalian Yifang. First they wanted a loan of eighteen months, now they ask for six months.
“Carrasco would be inclined to accept Milan and to file his salary. Time is short but Milan wants to score this last shot.”
Meanwhile, English newspaper The Sun claims that Milan could strike an agreement with Dalian based on a six-month loan with right to buy at €40million.