Milan could sell Portugal international striker Andre Silva to Monaco for €32m, according to the Corriere della Sera.
While Wolverhampton Wanderers are also interested, the 22-year-old would prefer a club like Monaco, with Ligue 1 and Champions League football.
He was signed from FC Porto a year ago for €38m, but failed to settle in Serie A, scoring only two goals in 24 appearances.
Andre Silva fared much better in the Europa League, finding the net eight times in 14 matches.
If the report in the Corriere della Sera newspaper is correct, then the Rossoneri would be making a loss on the sale of around €6m.
Agent Jorge Mendes is believed to be pushing him towards Monaco for a change of scenery.
This story emerges on the same day that current Monaco striker Radamel Falcao said he was "honoured" to be linked with Milan, so a swap deal isn't out of the question.
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