Sulley Muntari's agent Federico Pastorello has said that his client is set to remain at Milan on a permanent basis.
Muntari, who joined the Rossoneri on loan from rivals Inter Milan earlier this season, is soon to be out of a contract with his parent club. However, after scoring three goals in 13 appearances for Massimiliano Allegri's side, Muntari will remain in Milan for the foreseeable future.
"Muntari will continue together with Milan for the next two seasons," Pastorello told MilanNews.
"There will be no problems. Milan will make the announcement soon. The lad was able to talk to vice-president Adriano Galliani before the end of the season, so he was reassured.
"[Galliani] thought that Muntari had great motivation, and that made the difference."
The Ghana international arrived at Inter from Portsmouth in 2008.