Milan and Juventus could join forces to sign Brescia youngster Omar El Kaddouri, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 21-year-old midfielder, who has less than a year left on his Lombard contract, is available for transfer.
Brescia had agreed to sell him to Parma for €3.6m, but the player has so far rejected that option as he is aware of Juventus’ interest in him.
The Gazzetta is suggesting that Juventus, who don’t want to pay that much, could take the boy in a co-ownership deal which would see the Rossoneri sign the other 50 per cent of his agreement.
El Kaddouri is an attacking midfielder and a Belgium Under-21 international.