Napoli make an offer for Mattia De Sciglio, but Milan are hoping to solve their liquidity problems by selling Carlos Bacca instead.
The Colombian striker is believed to have turned down an initial offer by West Ham, but his decision may not be cast in stone.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Bacca had a meeting with his agent during his holidays in Ibiza, where he reviewed his options. The Hammers are willing to pay him €5m per season, which is more than enough for the 29-year-old, but he'd rather buy time and wait for a possible offer from Paris Saint-Germain.
Milan absolutely need to sell one of their players to gain some market mobility, as the new Chinese owners have only provided €15m for transfers as of now, and will supply the remaining €85m in September.
Among the options enjoyed by the Rossoneri at the moment there is also an offer by Napoli for De Sciglio.
The Partenopei are willing to pay €15m, but they were turned down, as the Azzurro is valued by the Rossoneri at €25m.
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