Milan are reportedly interested in signing Arsenal and Poland Under-21 midfielder Krystian Bielik.
According to the Evening Standard, Bielik is ready to leave Arsenal after they informed him he was still another season away from their first team.
The newspaper explains the 21-year-old does not agree with the Gunners’ assessment and that a move to Milan could be ‘difficult to turn down’.
Rossoneri CEO Ivan Gazidis knows the player, having overseen his arrival at Emirates Stadium in January 2015.
Also capable of playing at centre-back, Bielik helped Charlton Athletic win promotion to the EFL Championship during a loan spell last season.
He was part of the Poland side who beat Italy 1-0 in the European Under-21 Championship last month.