Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport is reporting that AC Milan are keeping close tabs on Twente midfielder Dusan Tadic.
The Rossoneri are currently in talks with Valencia and QPR over turning Adil Rami and Adel Taarabt’s loan deals into permanent moves, but they are also exploring other targets.
According to Tuttosport, Milan are seriously considering a summer swoop for Serbian midfielder Dusan Tadic.
The 25-year-old is widely regarded as one of Eredivisie’s best players and he has already been linked with several Serie A sides.
Tadic has been in stunning form this season, having managed 16 goals and 13 assists in 33 league matches for the Tukkers.
Twente’s €10 million valuation and the fact he would occupy a non-EU place in the squad could be obstacles to any deal, although Milan plan to free up two non-EU spaces by cashing in on Robinho and farming keeper Gabriel on loan to Serie B.