Milan are being linked with a triple swoop for Sampdoria left-back Nicola Murru, Roma striker Patrik Schick and Real Madrid’s Dani Ceballos.
According to Il Secolo XIX, new Milan boss Marco Giampaolo would like to be reunited with Murru, whom he coached at Sampdoria.
The 24-year-old has a €10m asking price, but the Rossoneri must shift at least one of Ricardo Rodriguez, Diego Laxalt and Ivan Strinic first.
Gazzetta dello Sport, meanwhile, claims Giampaolo could sacrifice Patrick Cutrone for Schick.
However, the difference would be that the Italy Under-21 international is offered to Roma rather than Andre Silva.
A stumbling block, Gazzetta warns, is that the Diavolo would still need to shell out ‘at least €15m’ for the Lupi’s record buy.
Finally, the pinksheet talks of a potential deal that takes Ceballos to San Siro.
The 21-year-old has already announced that he will leave Madrid this summer and scored during Spain Under-21s’ 3-1 defeat to Italy last weekend.
With that in mind, Milan would be ‘ready for a blitz’ in the Spanish capital, although they will have to convince Los Blancos into parting with less than €50m.
Reports on Tuesday suggested Madrid had offered the midfielder to Tottenham Hotspur in part exchange for Christian Eriksen.