Nikola Kalinic’s disappointing spell at AC Milan could come to an end after just one season, with Sevilla keen on bringing the striker to LaLiga.
After joining the Rossoneri from Fiorentina last summer, the Croatian struggled to adapt to life at the San Siro, and in 23 starts in all competitions for the club, managed just six goals.
However, he could be offered an avenue to depart this summer as Diario de Sevilla report that the Spanish side, who parted ways with Vincenzo Montella after a short time in charge following his Diavolo departure, are interested in signing him.
New Sevilla boss Pablo Machin has made it clear to the club that he favours a target man centre forward and the 30-year-old is one of the names who has been discussed, as has Bas Dost.
If he does well in Russia and is subject to a bet on the World Cup 2018 golden boot award, then the Croatian’s value will no doubt increase.
Kalinic has signalled his intent to remain at the San Siro and is not considering an exit but a big offer from the Andalusian side could tempt the Rossoneri into a sale, particularly with Financial Fair Play hanging over them.