AC Milan are considering the possibility of a summer move for Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, according to the latest reports.
The Rossoneri are undergoing somewhat of a revolution on and off the pitch this summer, with Frederic Massara expected to be announced as the new sporting director on Wednesday and Marco Giampaolo the new head coach a few days after that.
With Cristian Zapata set to depart on a free transfer and some injury worries regarding Mattia Caldara, Massara may turn his search to a centre-back first.
Reports earlier on Tuesday linked Milan with a move for Atalanta defender Gianluca Mancini, while speculation a few hours later credited the Diavolo with interest in Torino-owned centre-half Kevin Bonifazi.
However a new name has now emerged, with respected journalist Gianluca Di Marzio telling Sky Italia that Liverpool’s Dejan Lovren could become an option this mercato.
Milan are apparently search for an experienced veteran to add depth to the rearguard, and not a player who would expect to start every game.
The Croatia international made just 13 Premier League appearances under Jurgen Klopp in 2018-19 and three in the Champions League, with reports suggesting he currently earns £100k-a-week at Anfield.