Reports suggest Milan have had a loan bid for Manchester United’s Marouane Fellaini rejected.
The Rossoneri are believed to be in the market for a midfielder in January, with Sevilla’s Ever Banega the top target, and the Belgium international is now on their radar.
Corriere della Sera and La Repubblica have both reported today that Fellaini is being monitored, but believe that he could prove to be too expensive.
The 28-year-old’s €25m valuation and salary of over €3.5m per season is reportedly too much for the San Siro side, but they are believed to have had a loan offer turned down as well.
The reports suggest that the Rossoneri asked for a loan in which United continue to pay some of Fellaini’s wages, but were told there was no chance of such a deal.
The midfielder is not a regular at Old Trafford under Louis van Gaal, but the Red Devils will only consider concrete transfer bids, according to the reports.