Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers are considering a fresh bid for Franck Kessie in January, reports from England claims.
The Ivorian was linked with an exit over the summer as La Gazzetta dello Sport stated that Kessie is one of three players the club were looking to sell prior to the close of the window.
Sportitalia suggested that Wolves have struck a deal with Milan worth €25m plus €3m in bonuses, with just personal terms still to be agreed, but it is believe that Kessie did not want the move.
La Repubblica (via Calciomertcato.com) also added that Milan and Monaco had agreed a fee for Kessie believed to be €25m plus bonuses.
According to Sky Sports, Wolves are ready to go back in for the 22-year-old in the January window having failed to convince him to move to England the first time around.
Calciomercato.com claimed earlier on Monday that Kessie is still considered on the market by the Milan hierarchy, but that he is determined to change their mind and prove his worth.
The Sky Sports report goes on to add that Monaco will provide competition once again for Kessie, who is valued at £25m (€28m).