Inter and Torino continue to negotiate players to trade for Danilo D’Ambrosio, whilst Milan are also still in the picture.
On from attracting a number of clubs with recent form, D’Ambrosio is seen as on his way out of Torino this midseason transfer window, with Milan’s two clubs said to be in competition for his signature.
Inter are believed by Sky Sport Italia as leading the way in negotiations, due to an openness to pick up the 25-year-old this January.
However, the Nerazzurri are seen as still negotiating which of several players to include in a part-exchange deal for D’Ambrosio, as well as between €2m and €3m in cash.
Toro are believed to have turned down taking Gaby Mudingayi, Patrick Olsen and even Ruben Botta and are now in talks to take 50 per cent of Francesco Bardi, who would stay out with Livorno on loan, as well as any from Alfred Duncan, Ibrahima Mbaye and Samuele Longo.
Reports elsewhere, however, suggest that a deal has been agreed and that it involves Botta, currently on loan at Livorno, moving to Torino.
Milan, meanwhile, remain in the picture, but are seen as reluctant to engineer a move this January beyond only swapping players. Torino are believed to be interested in Riccardo Saponara as a possible makeweight.