Milan have held meetings with a representative of Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata with the view to a summer transfer, according to reports.
Officials of the Rossoneri met with Beppe Bozzo – appearing on behalf of the Spanish striker – at Casa Milan on Tuesday, according to Sky Italia.
Bozzo is said to have met with the Milanese giants CEO Marco Fassone and sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli last summer too, but the then-Real Madrid striker eventually ended up at Stamford Bridge.
The agent also acts on behalf of Italian striker Simone Zaza as a potential alternative, according to the report, who could be on his way out of Valencia.
Milan are in hot water with UEFA Financial Fair Play regulations but may look for a loan deal with an option to buy, although it is unlikely they will meet his €60m asking price.
Morata, who has also been linked with a future return to Juventus, is said to be unhappy in London due to his form and lack of playing time.