Torino and Milan have been linked with Levante and North Macedonia creative midfielder Enis Bardhi.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Bardi has no intention of extending the contract which expires in June 2022.
He is looking to move on and Serie A would be an intriguing option for him.
It is suggested his agent proposed the idea of a transfer to Torino, where he would get far more playing time than at Milan.
The reports suggest Levante want €15m to let Bardhi go this summer, although that can be negotiated down.
He just turned 26 and was purchased from Hungarian club Ujpest FC in 2017 for just €1.5m, having previously played for Brondby, Prespa Birlik and Ujpest.
Bardhi made 30 competitive appearances for Levante last season, scoring two goals and setting up another two for his teammates.
He has six goals in 33 senior caps for North Macedonia, playing all three of his nation’s games at UEFA EURO 2020.