AC Milan face a battle with two Premier League clubs to land Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic, according to a report.
Having been repeatedly linked with the Serbia international, TMW recently wrote that Milenkovic – who has a contract expiring in June 2022 – has been in the sights of the main Italian and foreign clubs for years and continues to be.
The source claims that there is no room for negotiation regarding a potential renewal and the player has already declared to the management that he wishes to try a new challenge, with Milan, Inter, Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United among those keen.
According to reports from The Sun in England (via MilanNews), Manchester United have set their sights on Milenkovic, but La Viola have set a high asking price of £38m, which is just short of €44m. The interest of Milan and Chelsea is referenced by the paper, and the latter could think of buying him if Milan sign Tomori for €28m.