AC Milan full-back Theo Hernandez has ended up in the sights of two big European clubs ahead of the upcoming window, a report claims.
Hernandez joined from Real Madrid in the summer for a fee widely reported to be €20million and given that he has already scored six goals in all competitions for the Rossoneri.
It was recently reported by Calciomercato.com that Hernandez’s form has actually caused a row in the Real Madrid camp, with questions being asked about how such a talent was allowed to leave for that price.
According to the latest from Le10Sport (via MilanLive), PSG are indeed ready to launch an attack for the Milan full-back, but they are not the only club keen.
Theo has in fact ended up in the sights of his former club Real Madrid, who are still kicking themselves at his initial sale, though the report stresses that no agreement was signed between the two clubs regarding a buy-back clause.
Real, as well as PSG, will therefore have to sit around a table and try to convince Milan, who to date do not seem willing to sell their jewel.