AC Milan will reportedly look to re-negotiate the buy clause on the loan contract of Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori.
The centre-back was signed by the Rossoneri on loan in January with the option to buy for £26m in the summer.
Tomori has already appeared seven times for the Serie A giants and the club are open to the prospect of a permanent deal.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, Stefano Pioli's side consider the transfer fee as very high and will look to negotiate the price with the Blues' hierarchy.
It is unclear whether the west London giants will agree to the proposal as the defender may have the chance of reviving his Blues career.
Tomori hardly played under former boss Frank Lampard, but he could redeem himself under Thomas Tuchel, who has appointed in January.
The German has offered playing time to fringe players in order to prove themselves and there could be an opening for Tomori next term.