AC Milan are still considering a possible move for Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, according to a report.
On Monday, our correspondent Vito Angele told us that the Rossoneri’s owners Elliott Management are ready to cede to Maldini and Boban’s demands to bring more experience to the team in the January window.
We also reported back in June that Lovren was Milan’s main target to reinforce the defence, and that the Croatia international had given his approval for the move to take place, but ultimately Jurgen Klopp wanted to keep him.
However, the 30-year-old has played just twice for the Premier League leaders so far this season, leading to suggestions he could be allowed to leave in January.
Meanwhile, the same outlet also claims that Milan have eyes on PSV right-back Denzel Dumfries as a possible replacement for Andrea Conti.
Dumfries was linked with a £25m move to Manchester United over the summer after a 2018-19 campaign in which he amassed four goals and seven assists.
This season so far the 23-year-old already has three goals to his name in the Eredivisie alone through 11 rounds of action.
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