Milan are still seeking a midfielder and it's reported the main target is Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas, followed by Alberto Aquilani.
Vice-President Adriano Galliani confirmed they are looking for a world-class reinforcement on the left side of midfield.
According to Tuttosport, Arsenal star Fabregas has leapt to the top of the wish-list over the past few days.
It is going to be tough, as the likes of Barcelona, Manchester United, Real Madrid and Inter are all tracking the €35m-rated Spaniard.
Galliani will be in London tonight for the Champions League Final between Barcelona and United at Wembley.
However, the Corriere dello Sport newspaper suggests that another Premier League figure is on Milan's agenda.
It is increasingly unlikely that Juventus will take up their option to buy Aquilani following his loan spell, as they continue to haggle with Liverpool over the price.
Having signed Andrea Pirlo and moving towards Udinese's Gokhan Inler, Juve seem to have their midfield worked out.
Milan aim to take advantage of Aquilani's desire to stay in Italy and bring the price-tag down to around €16m.