Reports say Inter, Juventus and Roma could join Milan in the chase for Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini.
It was reported yesterday that the Belgium international had accepted a move to San Siro, but the clubs were still far from an agreement.
Gazzetta dello Sport writes today that the Rossoneri are not alone in their pursuit of the 28-year-old as their rivals consider a bid.
The newspaper believes that Juve will offe particular competition if Simone Zaza leaves, while Roma could come in should Miralem Pjanic depart and Inter are in standby.
However, the report says that Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani has been in talks with the player’s representatives in the last few days.
It appears that a deal for Fellaini won’t be cheap, as United continue to demand €20m for the player they splashed €30m on in 2013 when he arrived from Everton.