AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has said that Real Madrid striker Ronaldo will undergo a medical tomorrow ahead of his expected transfer to the Serie A club early next week.
Ronaldo arrived in Milan on Thursday night and was present at the Rossoneri's Coppa Italia semi-final tie against Roma at the San Siro.
Galliani, who was among the Milan representatives that met the Brazil international at Milan's Linate airport, told the club's official website: 'Ronaldo will remain a Real Madrid player tomorrow [Friday], [when] he will have his medical at Milanello.
'I have fixed a meeting with Real Madrid for Monday.'
Ronaldo has been told he is surplus to requirements in Madrid and is thought to be joining Milan for a fee in the region of £5million.
Galliani said earlier today: 'We have made a bid for Ronaldo, we are talking so let's wait and see. There is still plenty to do.'
Ernesto Bronzetti, who has been acting as a broker in the potential deal, told www.gazzetta.it: 'The player is coming to Milan and that means the negotiations have reached a good point.
'I cannot say any more than that.'
The player had earlier attended training at Real Madrid's Valdebebas complex as usual.
He is no stranger to the Italian city having played for AC Milan's city neighbours Inter before his move to Madrid.
Ronaldo, 30, left Inter in 2002 shortly after inspiring Brazil to World Cup glory.
Much of his time with the Nerazzurri had been blighted with injury but he blamed poor relations with then Inter coach Hector Cuper for his decision to move to Madrid.