Reports indicate that AC Milan have agreed to the sale of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to Paris Saint Germain as part of a deal believed to be worth €60 million (£47.4m).
The deal is supposedly now down to personal terms, though neither of the players has yet to comment on the transfer speculation.
Neither AC Milan, nor Paris Saint Germain have commented either, with Rossoneri club owner Silvio Berlusconi instead broke news of the deal.
"It is true that I have sold them to Paris Saint-Germain," he is quoted as saying by Ansa. "With their departures, we will save €150m [£118m]."
PSG have already come close to landing Thiago Silva in a deal worth €46m (£36.3m) earlier this summer. However, Berlusconi vetoed the plans at the last minute. His confirmation of this latest move could therefore be telling.