Sevilla are stepping up their attempts to sign Carlos Bacca from Milan, offering €2m for the loan and €13m option to buy.
The striker has said repeatedly he wants a return to his old club, who he left for €30m in 2015, as he is no longer in Vincenzo Montella’s plans.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport and Mundo Deportivo, Sevilla have made a new proposal to the Rossoneri.
They would pay €2m to have a one-season loan plus an option to buy for another €13m in June 2018.
Notably, it would only be an option and not an obligation.
As Bacca turns 31 next month, this is not a scenario that Milan are happy with, as they want Bacca off their books permanently.