Milan have reportedly agreed personal terms with Nikola Kalinic, but Fiorentina want more than the initial €20m transfer fee.
The Rossoneri need a new striker, as Carlos Bacca is on the market and Gianluca Lapadula could well follow.
With Alvaro Morata heading to Manchester United for €70m and Torino not budging from the €100m price-tag for Andrea Belotti, they have turned to Kalinic.
According to Calciomercato.it and Sky Sport Italia, among others, Kalinic has given the all-clear for a move to Milan.
He’d sign a contract worth €2.5m per year plus bonuses.
The two clubs now have to reach an agreement and Milan’s initial €20m offer is not enough, but the deal could be done for €30m.
Kalinic has a release clause in his contract worth €50m. This season the 29-year-old scored 20 goals with four assists in 42 competitive games for Fiorentina.