AC Milan are looking at the possibility of signing Tottenham full-back Serge Aurier this summer, according to Corriere Dello Sport.

Milan have had a busy transfer window already, adding six new players in an attempt to rebuild the squad for new manager Marco Giampaolo.

They are now looking at adding a right-back to the squad and Corriere report Aurier’s name has come up in discussions.

The Serie A side currently have Davide Calabria and Andrea Conti in the right-back spot, but Conti is the subject of interest from elsewhere.

Both Parma and Werder Bremen are after him, offering the regular first-team football he cannot get at the San Siro, and should he leave, Milan will need a replacement and Aurier is on the list.

The Spurs full-back has been linked with a move away this summer, with PSG credited as an interested party on more than one occasion.

Tottenham currently have one natural right-back in Kyle Walker-Peters but are slowly converting Juan Foyth to play in the position too, so could be more than open to selling Aurier at this point.

A bid from AC Milan rests solely on the future of Conti, though, who Corriere say would prefer to stay at Milan and prove himself at the club once again.