The Gazzetta dello Sport claim Milan's vice-president Adriano Galliani will travel to meet with Nou Camp officials next week following talks with the Cameroon international's agent in the coming days. Galliani spoke with Eto'o's prime agent in Athens before the Champions League final to register the club's interest and is now stepping up plans to land the forward with a six-year contract offer. The potential deal is likely to cost Milan an initial £25million while they will also seek to open talks over deals for Thiago Motta and Edmilson. Eto'o has been linked with a switch to Liverpool in recent weeks, although these reports have died down since his agent denied there had been a meeting with manager Rafael Benitez.