Il Corriere dello Sport understands that AC Milan are on the verge of completing the signing of Spanish goalkeeper Diego Lopez from Real Madrid.
The Rossoneri have reportedly agreed to sign the experienced shot-stopper on a free transfer seeing as how los Blancos decided to allow the player to leave without compensation.
Lopez will sign a three-year deal with the club worth €2.5 million per season subject to passing a medical at San Siro.
The Spaniard arrives at the club as a replacement for veteran Christian Abbiati, who is likely to end his playing career after the 2014/2015 season.
Despite nailing down a regular starting berth at Santiago Bernabeu, Lopez was allowed to leave after los Blancos secured the signing of Costa Rica star Keylor Navas.
The 32-year-old has made a total of 52 La Liga appearances since joining from Sevilla, with Jose Mourinho’s decision to play him in front of Iker Casillas causing a great deal of controversy.
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