AC Milan are in talks with LaLiga side Sevilla over the futures of three different players, according to the latest reports.
According to Calciomercato.com, talks are ongoing over the future of Suso, who is on loan at Sevilla until 2021 however there is an obligation to buy included which will be activated if they qualify for the Champions League, something they look increasingly likely to do.
In addition, the two sides are continuing to talk about centre-back Simon Kjaer, on loan at Milan from the Andalusian side until the end of the season though the Rossoneri have the chance to buy him permanently.
Finally, Sevilla are also keen on signing right-back Davide Calabria who is coming off the back of a difficult season at Milan so far and could be persuaded to change clubs if the right offer came along.
The signing of Pierre Kalulu from Lyon has already been wrapped up, perhaps an indication that Calabria is deemed surplus to requirements.
Any money generated from the departures of Suso and Calabria would be pure capital gains, which is great for the balance books.