After announcing the signing of Dominic Adiyiah from Fredrikstad, Milan look to have beaten a host of top European clubs to the signing of Triestina's Edmund Hottor.
The 16-year-old has been hot property recently, with Juventus, Barcelona, Inter and Palermo all looking to secure his signature. However, it appears that the Rossoneri have beaten off the competition to sign the young Ghanaian.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, there are only one or two minor bureaucratic details to resolve before the transfer can become official.
All the key aspects of the deal have been agreed, however, with Milan due to pay Triestina €800,000 for co-ownership of Hottor.
The Ghanaian has already played for the Giuliani's first team and is very highly rated by the club's coaching staff.
Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has been busy in the transfer market recently, agreeing deals for both Adiyiah and David Beckham over the weekend. There has been no confirmation from the Rossoneri, but the deal is expected to become official in the coming days.
Anthony Wright, Goal.com