Milan have officially confirmed the arrival of Massimo Oddo from Lazio.
One of the longest running transfer sagas of the past few months has been resolved and Oddo has penned a four-year deal at Giuseppe Meazza.
"I have been wanting to wear this jersey for a long time, I am very happy to be here," said the 30-year-old.
"I am very excited about this new adventure.
"The negotiations were very long but I was hopeful that the transfer would be finalised. I am now at the coach's disposal. I have been training and I am feeling fine."
As part of the deal Lazio secured the signing of Pasquale Foggia - who has been on loan at the club this season.
However, Foggia has immediately been sent to Reggina, who he will help fill the void left by Julio Cesar Leon - who joined Serie B Genoa last week.
"As a Southerner, I am happy to have accepted this challenge in an important club for this area of Italy," Foggia commented.
Reggina are also looking into the possibility of signing Danish midfielder Tobias Grahn, who is currently with AGF, but they face competition from German clubs Hamburg and Stuttgart.