Newcastle youngster Matty Longstaff is reportedly available for a bargain fee amid speculation that AC Milan and Inter are interested.
The English outlet claims that the San Siro clubs are keen on the idea of signing Longstaff for a cut-price fee as his contract expires at the end of the season.
Longstaff is still on his £850-a-week development contract runs out in June and has not yet penned a new deal, meaning he is free to discuss a potential pre-contract with clubs outside England this month.
The Newcastle Chronicle are reporting that the teenager can leave the Magpies for a bargain £400,000 (roughly equal to €467k) compensation fee if he agrees terms with another club either this month or in six months time.
The Rotherham-born midfielder has broken into the senior side alongside his brother Sean this season, scoring twice against Manchester United and amassing a total of seven appearances.