AC Milan have reportedly decided that they have no interest to sell their captain Alessio Romagnoli this summer.
Italian centre-back who has enjoyed a fine season for Gerano Gattuso’s side has been one of the key players for the Italian giants that are fighting for a top-four finish this season.
Premier League heavyweights Chelsea and Manchester United have allegedly taken an interest in the Italian defender, however, according to Milan News, Serie A giants won’t consider the sale of 24-year-old defender.
The report claimed that both the player and club are keen on to work together for a long time, with the aim of an eventual bid for the Serie A title.
Italy international defender still has over three years left on his current deal at San Siro having penned an extension to his contract earlier in the summer.
Meanwhile, Man Utd also eyeing move another Serie A star Cengiz Under who has been in fine form.
AS Roma are willing to sell Manchester United and Arsenal long-term target Cengiz Under this summer, according to the sources from Italy.
Turkish international midfielder meanwhile has been hugely impressive for Italian giants since his breakthrough into the starting XI, managing to being involved directly in 15-goals this season in 25 games for the Italian giants across all competitions.
Man Utd are favourites to get the deal done for his signature and AS Roma are believed to ready to sell their starlet but it could cost €45m to Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s side.