AC Milan are looking for a reliable recruit for their attacking division this summer, and that’s seen their attention turn to Dušan Vlahović. Unfortunately for the Rossoneri, Fiorentina aren’t keen on selling their striker, and to convince La Viola otherwise it’ll cost something in the region of €50m.

To undertake such a signing, Milan would likely need to sell, and Calciomercato report that could see a ‘surprise’ exit. This is where Everton come into the picture, with a claimed interest in Rafael Leao.

Milan believe the 21-year-old has a big future and despite him struggling at times they’ve resisted all efforts to take him away from the San Siro, ‘not least’ from Everton.

That situation could change given the desire to make cash, and it’s explained Carlo Ancelotti’s side and Wolves would be the two Premier League clubs interested in a deal this summer.

Everton and Wolves are ‘warned’ that the player won’t come cheap, with Milan ready to listen to offers, but only if they ‘exceed €35-40m’.

Leao has played 29 Serie A matches this season, either as a striker or on the left wing, and contributed six goals and the same number of assists.