AC Milan are said to be interested in Tottenham Hotspur’s Serge Aurier.

On August 22nd, Gazzetta dello Sport reported the right-back has made it clear he would like to join the Serie A side this summer.

It was also explained Spurs’ €20m demand was ‘considered excessive’ for Stefano Pioli’s club, who were hoping to take the 27-year-old for €15m.

According to the latest report from Milan News, the track leading to the signing of the Ivory Coast international ‘seems cold’ at the moment.

Milan wanted to sign the former Paris Saint-Germain defender on a temporary deal, but the north London club are not considering a loan as an ‘option for Aurier’s possible exit’.

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Milan News’ report is further backed up by TuttoMercatoWeb.

TMW also state José Mourinho’s side are not ready to allow Aurier go out on loan in this window, and add the fullback’s chances of representing Milan next season are ‘remote’.

The two outlets, however, don’t explain whether or not Tottenham would be willing to allow Aurier to leave on a permanent transfer this summer.