Milan could stick a move together for Keisuke Honda as club sponsors Fly Emirates provide the glue, according to Sports Nippon.
Japanese media claim Fly Emirates will foster the move after offering to pay for the player's wages should Milan sign him during the transfer window.
The airline company are eager to stretch their image across the Asian continent and see Honda as a means of increasing their branding power in Japan.
On Friday the 24-year-old CSKA Moscow ace and Japan international was linked with Milan by La Gazzetta dello Sport, who claimed club supremo Adriano Galliani was following him.
However, Valencia, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City are also keen on him.
Meanwhile, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has been tipped to join French champions Olympique Marseille, according to Le Parisien and France Football.
They claim Huntelaar's lack of football and his position behind Marco Borriello and Alexandre Pato in the pecking order will see him go. The former Ajax and Real Madrid man is reportedly valued at €15 million by Milan.
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