Spanish reports say that Roma have had a €25m bid for Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca turned down, as Milan weigh up an offer.
The Colombia international has been heavily linked with a move away from Spain this summer and the Giallorossi are believed to have made a move.
Mundo Deportivo has reported that Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini’s proposal of €25m for the striker was turned away, as the Europa League winners are demanding €30m.
The 28-year-old has a €30m release clause in his contract which the club are believed to be holding out for, but Milan could reportedly use Adil Rami as part of a deal.
The Rossoneri have also been linked with the forward and the Spanish side are believed to be interested in defender Rami, who could be used as a bargaining chip by Milan to avoid meeting Sevilla’s asking price.