Argentinian youngster Matias Kranevitter is in Italy, and could move to Milan or Inter, his agent suggests.
The River Plate midfielder is in Naples finalising paperwork to attain an EU passport, which would mean he could sign for an Italian club without taking up one of three non-EU spaces.
The 21-year-old defensive midfielder was reportedly a target for Inter, Lazio and Torino in the summer, while Milan are also thought to be interested.
Speaking to Calciomercato, the player’s agent admitted that a move to one of the Milan clubs could be in the pipeline.
“We are in Italy to finish the paperwork for an EU passport, and also to listen to offers,” Jose Luis Luraschi told the website.
“After seeing written offers we’ll evaluate them. There are proposals from Italy, but he’s also wanted in Spain, England and Portugal.
“The teams who want him need to be of a high standard, because he’s a high quality player.
“Inter and Milan? Those are destinations he would like.”