AC Milan have had enquiries regarding two of their full-backs from Theo Hernandez’s old club Deportivo Alaves, according to a report.
It is believed that Milan’s defensive department is set to undergo a reshuffle at least and possible even a big overhaul this summer with several players having been deemed surplus to requirements.
Among these are left-back Diego Laxalt – who spent the first half of last season on loan at Torino before being recalled – and right-back Davide Calabria who appears more likely to be sold than Andrea Conti due to the fact he would generate a pure capital gain.
According to what SportMediaset are reporting (via MilanNews), there is strong interest in the aforementioned duo from Deportivo Alaves, who have asked the Rossoneri for information.
The Iberian club, however, would like to set up negotiations on the basis of two loans, a formula that does not convince Milan who want to monetise the respective exits of the Uruguayan and the Italian.