AC Milan have two options regarding the future of striker Andre Silva this summer, a report claims.
Recent speculation has suggested that Sevilla, the club where Silva is currently on loan, are trying to lower the fee inserted for the option to buy – currently set at €39million.
Monchi was announced as their new sporting director earlier in the week having returned to the Andalusian club after leaving Rome, and it is believe he could ask for a discount on the price.
However, the Rossoneri will not change their stance on the Portugal international easily, and should the clubs fail to reach an agreement it is believed two clubs could offer a possible alternative.
LaLiga giants Valencia and Ligue 1 side Monaco are the two clubs named by Calciomercato.com as those with interest in Silva, who has nine league goals for Sevilla so far this season.