AC Milan and Torino are both keen on signing Levante midfielder Enis Bardhi, according to a report.
According to Sky Italia (via FootballItalia), Bardhi has no intention of extending his contract with the LaLiga club which expires in June 2020, meaning he could be available for a cut-price fee this summer as Levante are faced with a final chance to monetise.
The 26-year-old playmaker is looking for a new experience and Serie A would be an intriguing option for him, while the report mentions that his agent has proposed the idea of a transfer to Torino where he would be expected to get more minutes than with the Rossoneri.
Levante want €15m to let Bardhi go this summer having signed him from Ujpest FC in 2017 for just €1.5m. Bardhi played 30 games for the Valencia-based club last season, scoring 2 goals and amassing 2 assists. He also has 6 goals in 33 senior appearances for North Macedonia.