Sevilla are said to be weighing up an €18m move for Milan defender Davide Calabria, according to a report in Calciomercato.
Discussions are said to have already taken place for the full-back and a move in January is possible.
The defender, who grew up in Milan's youth academy, has been in poor form recently and this has led to the hierarchy at the club pondering a transfer.
Calabria has already been sent off twice this season for Milan, against Hellas Verona and Genoa, and his misplaced pass gave away a goal against Roma at the Stadio Olimpico in a recent defeat.
The 23-year-old, born in Brescia, would represent a considerable profit for the Rossoneri, much in the same manner as other youth products Patrick Cutrone and Manuel Locatelli did when they were sold on.
Locatelli was sold to Sassuolo for €10m two summers ago, whilst Cutrone was sold to Wolves for an estimated €22m in July 2019.