AC Milan have had an offer for Hoffenheim midfielder Florian Grillitsch rejected, according to a report from Germany.
Kicker reported earlier in the month that a new target is in the sights of the management as Grillitsch has entered their radar and is ‘very popular’ with Milan, with the hunt for a central midfielder firmly underway.
Today, Kurier in Austria wrote that Milan have made a concrete offer to sign Grillitsch from Hoffenheim, with Maldini wanting to agree terms as soon as possible with Grillitsch and his agent Thomas Böhm as soon as possible.
According to Sky Sports Germany, Milan do have a concrete interest in signing the 26-year-old Austria international, who may be available on advantageous terms given that his contract expires in June 2022.
However, the Rossoneri have seen a first offer rejected by the Bundesliga side, and they hypothesise that another offer could soon be launched.