AC Milan have turned their attentions back to Sampdoria defender Joachim Andersen following disappointment in their pursuit of Ozan Kabak, a report claims.
Kabak looks set to turn down interest from Milan, as well as Manchester United and Bayern Munich, to join Schalke.
As a result, the Rossoneri have once again now turned their heads to Sampdoria’s Andersen.
He made 34 appearances for Sampdoria last season which brought the intention of a number of clubs across Europe, including Spurs and Arsenal, and he recently hinted that it may be time for him to move on.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan are keen on reuniting Andersen with Marco Giampaolo at the San Siro, a coach whom the player has praised on numerous occasions.
The defender joined Sampdoria in 2017 from Dutch side FC Twente. After struggling in his first season in Serie A, he earned a starting spot under Giampaolo’s and was one of the club’s best players throughout the campaign.