AC Milan and Inter are both keen on signing Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum on a free transfer, according to a report from Spain.
The Dutchman has entered the final year of the five-year deal he penned at Anfield, and there seems to be no movement over his future despite his important to Jurgen Klopp.
A number of reports have claimed that Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has picked out the 29-year-old as a firm transfer target, and Wijnaldum will be able to sign pre-contract agreement with another club in January.
According to a report from Spanish source TF, Milan are also thinking of Wijnaldum as a potential reinforcement for their midfield department that would come at a low cost. The club could take advantage of the tax relief that the Italian government offers, and are ready to put a serious offer on the table.
Wijnaldum has also ended up in the sights of Inter too, and it is expected there will be developments regarding his future before the January window opens.