The pair will complete their proposed moves to the Giuseppe Meazza if they are given the all-clear by doctors at the Clinica La Madonnina on Tuesday
Diego Lopez and Pablo Armero have arrived in Lombardy for medical tests ahead of their anticipated transfers to AC Milan.
Pictures of the pair undergoing screenings at the Clinica La Madonnina were posted on the club’s website on Tuesday morning, with an official announcement regarding the completion of their moves expected to come later in the day.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Lopez landed in Italy on Monday evening following a series of meetings with Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani in Spain and the former Sevilla shot-stopper will sign a four-year contract with the Italian outfit after the two clubs agreed upon a €10 million transfer fee.
Meanwhile, Colombian wide man Armero will move to Milan from Serie A rivals Napoli on a season-long loan.
The duo will join fellow new signings Michael Agazzi, Adil Rami, Alex and Jeremy Menez as part of new coach Filippo Inzaghi’s charges ahead of the Rossoneri’s first league outing of the new season, against Lazio at San Siro on August 31.