It seems that Napoli may have finally come to an arrangement with Manchester United that will allow Marouane Fellaini to make a loan switch to the Stadio San Paolo.
Napoli have been chasing Fellaini for several weeks and reports suggest that they began talks with United nearly three weeks ago.
Progress has been slow even though Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal seems to have told the Belgian international that he doesn't feature in his first-team plans.
The sticking point has been finance with Napoli unable to find the fee necessary to pay United or to foot the bulk of Fellaini's wages.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that now Napoli have managed to find a compromise with the Premier League side and the deal is set to go through as soon as the player confirms he is willing to make the move.
It is suggested that Napoli will pay United around £3.2 million for the right to have Fellaini for the season.
The two clubs still have to set the percentage of Fellaini's wage bill that Napoli will foot and also the price the Partneopei will need to pay this time next year if they are to make the transfer permanent.