Milan have laid eyes on Real Madrid midfielder Wesley Sneijder as an alternative to Andrea Pirlo, should he leave for Chelsea.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, the Rossoneri have already rejected an offer from the Blues for the Italian play-maker.
It is said the Via Turati club rebuffed an offer of €8million plus Claudio Pizarro last week, despite Milan dignitary Adriano Galliani claiming he had never received an offer from west London on Wednesday.
"Pirlo? We have never had an offer made to us," Galliani told the press.
Milan are still keen on strengthening this summer as they have not had the best of pre-seasons with the players currently at their disposal.
Voices claim Sneijder will be on the market as Real move closer to signing Xabi Alonso from Liverpool. It is said the Netherlands international will be the replacement for Pirlo if Chelsea convince Milan to sell up.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com