Milan are reportedly ‘serious’ about bringing in Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren this summer.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport’s Nicolo Schira, Lovren is Milan’s ‘first choice’ to reinforce their back line.
Vlado Lemic, an intermediary for the Croat, met Rossoneri officials for an hour on Tuesday morning.
However, the newspaper warns Liverpool are holding out for ‘at least €20m’, while the 30-year-old currently earns a net salary of €5m.
The Diavolo, on the other hand, would only be willing to offer him €12m over four years.