Mediaset Premium claim Monaco have offered €60m to buy Milan stars Stephan El Shaarawy and Kevin-Prince Boateng.
It would be a similar swoop to the one Paris Saint-Germain managed last summer, when they convinced the Rossoneri to part with both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva for a combined €65m.
This report suggests Adriano Galliani had set up a meeting with Monaco to discuss releasing Boateng, but was surprised by the request for El Shaarawy as part of a package deal.
Vice-President Galliani made it clear last week that every member of the team is for sale at the right price, including The Little Pharaoh.
El Shaarawy had also been linked with rumoured €40m offers from Arsenal and Manchester City.
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