After making only six starts across all competitions, Junior Firpo and Barcelona plan to part ways in the summer.
Despite the restricted minutes last season, the left-back has suitors in England and among them are West Ham United.
The Hammers have a longstanding interest in the 24-year-old, having looked at the possibility of signing him in January.
AC Milan also have their sights on the Dominican as they to make him Theo Hernández’s deputy next season.
That’s according to Calciomercato, and they say Junior’s representative was in Milan this week to hold talks with the Serie A side.
From the conversation between Milan chiefs Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara, and the player’s agent, it was underlined the Italian club want to take the fullback on a loan deal.
The Catalan club, however, are waiting for ‘outright offers’. Along with Milan, David Moyes’ side get a mention, and the website states ‘West Ham are particularly interested’ in the former Real Betis man.
Milan have made it clear ‘they are there’ to sign Junior, but they will have to battle with West Ham and also convince Barca to let him leave this summer.