AC Milan have turned their attention to Dinamo Zagreb’s Marko Pjaca as a possible replacement for Carlos Bacca. The Colombia international could leave AC Milan this summer, and has been linked with a move to West Ham United in recent weeks.

Milan News have reported on claims via Sky Italia that AC Milan are keen to bring in Pjaca following his performances for Croatia during the Euros.

The attacker is valued at €15m, and if he were to arrive at the San Siro in the transfer window this could allow Bacca to move on. That doesn’t make a great deal of sense, because they play in different positions, but we’ll roll with it.

AC Milan have already signed Pescara forward Gianluca Lapadula, and if they were to sign Pjaca they would go into next season with a new look attack.

West Ham have recently been linked with Bacca as they look to bring in a top forward this summer. Milan News says the the Premier League side have already had a bid turned down for Bacca, but the circumstances could now change if Pjaca was to join AC Milan.

West Ham will face competition form PSG, Juventus and Roma to sign the South American.