The Serbian international has been deemed surplus to requirements by Reds boss Kenny Dalglish and is set to return to Belgium Pro League after joining the Reds from Standard Liege on a free last summer.
Jovanovic's representative, Dejan Veljkovic, says that his client will land at Anderlecht even though the club's general manager, Herman van Holsbeeck, said: "There is a gap between what we can offer and what the player gets at Liverpool."
Veljkovic was confident, telling Het Nieuwsblad: "Milan will definitely come to Anderlecht.
"We are talking again and everything looks good: the sporting aspects, financial, contributions.
"We are still a few solutions [away] but there is movement."