Sinisa Mihajlovic is set to be named new coach of AC Milan.
The former Sampdoria boss met with Milan officials yesterday, including vice-president Adriano Galliani.
The pair discussed backroom staff and transfer policy - and the meeting concluded with virtually everything agreed, says Il Giornale.
Talks between the duo first kicked off two months ago and they've maintained regular contact ever since. Once it became clear Carlo Ancelotti would not be returning, Galliani called Mihajlovic to set up a meeting yesterday.
The final decision will be left to Milan president Silvio Berlusconi, but Galliani is confident Mihajlovic will be confirmed.
A first signing could be Sampdoria striker Eder, who was discussed during yesterday's summit.