AC Milan are believed to be interested in a move for Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier this summer. Whilst the transfer window is shut in the UK, it remains open across most of Europe, including Italy.
As reported by the Daily Mail, AC Milan and PSG, his former club, are keen on signing the Ivory Coast international.
Now, reports in Italy have suggested how Milan can put a deal together for the player. Il Milanista is reporting that the Rossoneri need to sell both Diego Laxalt and Ivan Strinic before they can bring in the Tottenham player.
Once they have managed to move the pair on, Tottenham can expect the Italian giants to come knocking.
Tottenham could have a decision to make regarding Aurier in the weeks to come.
Whilst Spurs appear ready to give Kyle Walker-Peters a chance this term, the club never replaced Kieran Trippier and look light in the right-back position.
But Aurier has never truly looked settled at Spurs and it would be no shock to see his exit sanctioned before September.
Tottenham just need to decide if they are ready to put their faith in Walker-Peters and Juan Foyth going forward.