Rebuilding Serie A giants AC Milan this evening met with agent Jorge Mendes to discuss three players: Renato Sanches, Diego Costa and Radamel Falcao.
Sanches has been linked with a move to the San Siro for several weeks now, with the youngster having majorly struggled since his big-money move to the Allianz Arena last summer.
Following on from Bayern manager Carlo Ancelotti admitting that the Portuguese teen could depart the club over the coming weeks, Sanches himself revealed today that he would be open to a move to Italy.
Diego Costa has been on the chopping block at Stamford Bridge all summer, having been informed by manager Antonio Conte that he is free to leave the club.
However, the striker’s return to former club Atletico Madrid has been held up by the Spanish side’s transfer ban, meaning a January transfer is the most likely outcome.
Milan, though, are rumoured to be keen on bringing in the 28-year-old on a short-term deal until the end of the year, after which he would be open to depart to Atletico.
The final player reportedly discussed during the Mendes-Milan meeting this evening was Monaco striker Radamel Falcao.
Following a number of injury-ravaged campaigns in the Premier League, the Colombian returned to his prolific ways last season at the Stade Louis, where he netted 28 goals across all competitions.
Though the 31-year-old only signed a new deal with the Principality outfit last month, it is thought that the Rossoneri enquired as to his openness to a new challenge this summer.
Milan are exploring the market for a big-name attacking arrival over the coming weeks, with the club having been frustrated in their chases of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Andrea Belotti.