Inter Milan have reignited their interest in Arsenal left-back Sead Kolasinac, with the Italian side keen to add in the position this month.
Milan are looking to add to their squad, wanting to build on an impressive first half of the campaign under Antonio Conte.
Adding a left-back is considered a priority and it appears that they may have turned their attention to Arsenal’s Kolasinac as other targets prove too costly.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Milan are keen on both Marco Alonso and Emerson Palmieri at Chelsea, but the Blues have set high asking prices on both players.
As a result, ‘the Kolasinac idea is back’, with the Arsenal man having been a target for the Serie A leaders in the past.
According to the report, Inter have been in contact with Arsenal about Kolasinac recently and even conducted ‘exploratory surveys’ during Arsenal’s clash with Manchester United last weekend.
Roma have also ‘probed the ground’ in recent weeks, while Napoli are also admirers.
However it ‘seems that Inter’ are at the front of the queue as their need for reinforcement ‘leads Conte’ to think about signing him as well.