Milan and their new owners are reportedly lining up an offer for Atletico Madrid and Uruguay defender Diego Godin.
The Rossoneri are in the process of a takeover by Chinese businessmen and it’s expected to be completed next month.
One of their primary targets is an experienced centre-back to help Alessio Romagnoli learn the ropes.
They have already been linked with Real Madrid’s Portugal international Pepe, who will be a free agent next summer.
Another option also plying his trade in La Liga is Godin of Atletico Madrid.
He will turn 31 in February and would likely not be on the market in the January transfer window.
However, calciomercatoweb suggest the Colchoneros would be prepared to let him go next summer for €30m.