Milan has agreed to sell Zlatan Ibrahimovic and defender Thiago Silva from Paris St-Germain, owner of Silvio Berlusconi was reported to the club saying on Thursday.
"Well, I sold Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva PSG. We will save € 150 million in two years," Berlusconi was quoted as saying on the website of La Gazzetta dello Sport.
He said the final details of the sale had been no agreement, but both players will move around € 65 million (£ 51.5 million).
Ibrahimovic, top scorer in Serie A this season, managing 28 goals as Milan finished the run-up to Juventus, was contracted for more than three years with the Rossoneri. 30 year-old spent two seasons in Milan, on loan from Barcelona, before signing a long term contract for the following summer.
PSG sports director Leonardo said Thursday he is the agent of the attacker to meet. The former Milan coach, who spoke with the captain of Sweden on Wednesday at his home, told the Gazzetta dello Sport. "Discussions are ongoing and we were told in Sweden at this point, anything is possible because the transfer market is like this, it is always open We will soon meet with the agents [Ibrahimovic] Mino Raiola, and we will see what will happen to an agreement can not be considered complete when it is done. "
Silva was closely linked with a move in the French capital during the summer, but he is committed to the future with Milan after the Italian club refused an offer of £ 36.35m report for PSG player, he signed a new lucrative contract to keep him at the San Siro until June 2017.
Two days ago, Silva said he "never thought of leaving" Rossoneri this summer. The powerful 27-year-old was in Milan since 2009 after signing Fluminense in Brazil.
Two contracts will continue to drive the recruitment of summer PSG and Carlo Ancelotti, is supported by the new owners of Qatar, as they watch the earth as a League and have an impact in the Champions League. Previously, they had put Argentina striker Ezequiel Lavezzi of Napoli for £ 24 million.