Manchester United will face a fresh battle with AC Milan for in-demand prospect Alessio Cerci.
The forward, who has starred for Torino this season, has recently said he is happy in Turin but has faced fevered speculation he will move on with Juventus, Inter, Roma and now the Rossoneri joining United in fighting for his signature.
According to Calciomercato.com, San Siro Vice-president Adriano Galliani has made contact with Torino with a view to signing the player.
Milan are rumoured to be prepared to offer the 26-year-old wages of £1.5m a season after taxes in order to secure his signature.
The 26-year-old has been in impressive form for the Turin club this season scoring 11 goals in 26 games, while setting up another eight for teammates.
David Moyes knows he will have to be decisive – unlike last summer – if he is to get his man and prevent other suitors from capturing him. (SportsDirectNews)
It will be interesting to see where the man ends up