Milan look set to let go of Mexes and Alex, something which means they will likely be in the market for another central defender.
According to Tuttosport, AC Milan are interested in Brøndby 31-year-old defender Daniel Agger.
The contract of the former Liverpool man is about to expire. He played eight years for the Anfield club, amassing over 170 appearances before moving back to Brondby, where he began his career in 2004.
Anger admitted the reason he left Merseyside was because of a fallout with manager Brendan Rodgers.
“There was much [distance] between us, and for me it was just enough,” he told TV3 Sport. “I felt that he didn’t appreciate the things I could and contributed. When I feel that, then it’s time to move on.
“When you are a part of the starting eleven for several games in a row and the team have performed well, and you feel that you have played well, then you are left out of the team and don’t feel appreciated, it starts to get pray on your mind and you wonder.
“Then at the same time you see the statistics from your game – which are so important all around the world of football – and you don’t understand why you weren’t used more often.”