Milan are reportedly prepared to try and make Bojan Krkic’s move from Barcelona permanent, but they may face competition from Ligue 2 side Monaco.
The Rossoneri were handed the diminutive Spaniard by Roma this summer, taking up the final year of his loan from Barca and the terms of a possible permanent transfer.
Based on recent performances, which include his first goal scored for the side at the weekend, reports today suggest that the San Siro side are keen to consider buying the player at the end of his deal.
However, it is understood that this would only be through negotiations with Barca, rather than through honouring the initial fee agreed that is believed to be around €15m.
With this course of action projected, it is also rumoured, through Calcionews24, that Ligue 2 side Monaco, currently coached by Claudio Ranieri, are another side interested in entering negotiations for the youngster.
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