Torino reportedly consider making another attempt to sign Milan midfielder Rade Krunic in January.
Calciomercato.com claims the Granata are ready to return for the Bosnian, who was linked with Freiburg in Germany too.
Technical director Paolo Maldini reportedly asked for €8m over the summer, but the former Empoli star’s value might have decreased slightly over the last few months.
The report claims Milan are willing to listen to offers and Torino are hoping to reinforce their squad this winter, to help them climb away from relegation.
The two clubs set up a deal for Riccardo Rodriguez a few months ago and Milan could be willing to sell Krunic to Torino this winter, but only if they can find a replacement to join the rotations with Franck Kessie, Ismael Bennacer and Sandro Tonali.
The 21-year-old defensive midfielder Boubakary Soumare from LOSC Lille is mentioned as a possible target.