The Ligue 1 side are closing in on the Brazilian centre-back, and sporting director Leonardo is also said to have asked the Rossoneri about their talismanic striker
Paris Saint-Germain reportedly want to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as well as his AC Milan team-mate Thiago Silva.
Rossoneri CEO Adriano Galliani flew to the French capital on Tuesday to discuss the Ligue 1 outfit's €42 million bid for their Brazilian centre-back.
However, RMC Sport is now reporting that PSG sporting director Leonardo also expressed an interest in Ibrahimovic during his talks with the Milan official.
It is claimed that the Parisians are willing to hand over €30m for the Sweden international, who is said to be considering his future at San Siro.
"The departure of Thiago Silva is a huge loss and it might push Zlatan to leave Milan," one of Ibrahimovic's entourage allegedly told RMC Sport.
It was previously reported that PSG had bid €40 million for the 30-year-old striker but director Jean-Claude Blanc subsequently insisted that the club have no interest in the former Barcelona man.
Galliani has also stated that he has no intention of selling Ibrahimovic, while the player himself insists that he is happy at Milanello.