The forward has been in discussions to renew his deal with the club, but, with negotiations at an impasse, Fiorentina may be tempted to cash in now rather than lose him on a Bosman next summer.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has reportedly called Viola chief Andrea Della Valle this morning to make their bid - with Della Valle expected to speak with the Serbian forward later today to discuss their options.
The 21-year-old was signed by the Viola in January 2010 from Partizan Belgrade. He scored 11 goals in 28 League games last season.
Sky Sports journalist Manuele Baiocchini has told Radio Marte that the Colombia international will not leave Stadio San Paolo during this transfer window, despite heavy rumours linking him with the Bianconeri.
The defender’s contract is set to expire next summer, with an extension seemingly unlikely.
The Partenopei though, want €10m for the 27-year-old, a fee Antonio Conte’s men are unwilling to rise to.
As such, Zuniga will not join the Old Lady this season, but could sign for free next term.
With the former Siena man set to stay, Rafa Benitez’s side now look to have distanced themselves from a move for Liverpool’s Martin Skrtel.
There are reports Roma director Walter Sabatini could fly to Boston with Arsenal forward Gervinho tonight.
Sabatini was spotted by Sky Sport Italia in a meeting with Gunners directors today and all Italian sources suggest a deal is imminent.
The price-tag is thought to be €8m – around £6.9m – with performance-related bonuses the final details.
According to news agency Ansa, Sabatini will fly out to Boston after the meeting and take Gervinho with him.
Roma are owned by a Boston-based conglomerate and their summer training base is also in the city.
The objective would be to get the Ivory Coast international to his new teammates as quickly as possible.
It is reported that Inter have a deal to take Wallace on loan from Chelsea and are close to Wellington too.
The Nerazzurri played against Chelsea in the Guinness International Champions Cup last night, losing 2-0 with Hugo Campagnaro sent off.
It’s believed the two clubs took that opportunity to discuss the final details for Wallace.
Inter are set to take the 19-year-old right-back on a one-year loan, though they hope to renegotiate at least co-ownership status at the end of the season.
Although Wallace is a right-back, Walter Mazzarri’s use of the three-man defence means he’ll be on the right wing.
He joined Chelsea for £4.7m in January 2013, but spent the last six months on loan at his old club Fluminense.
Inter are also working on another Brazilian target, as Sky Sport Italia maintain they are close to capturing Sao Paulo midfielder Wellington.
The 22-year-old is valued at approximately €5m (£4.4m).
Milan sporting director Ariedo Braida has rubbished reports that the club are interested in signing Ola John and Marcos Rojo.
The Benfica forward and Sporting defender have both been linked with a move to San Siro this summer.
But the board member has claimed that, although they are both good players, the Rossoneri are not in talks for the Portugal-based duo.
“I have a great relationship with the leaders of Benfica,” he told Antena 1. “But at this time we are not interested in John.
“Roja and John are good players, but there is no interest from Milan.
“I’m friends with the leaders of many Portuguese teams, but there is no interest in these players.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi confirmed Milan striker M’Baye Niang “could be the right reinforcement.”
The two clubs have often done business together and maintain an excellent rapport, which includes negotiations for Andreas Granqvist’s potential move to San Siro.
“Granqvist? It’s all in stand-by for the moment,” Preziosi told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“A striker will arrive and Niang could be the right reinforcement, even if we have to make some final evaluations.
“I will have to talk to Coach Fabio Liverani to understand what type of player he needs for this team. As for Mattia Perin, he’s doing very well and we’re in no hurry to sign another goalkeeper.”
French-Senegalese forward Niang is still only 18 years old and he scored just one goal for Milan in official competition, in the 3-0 Coppa Italia victory over Reggina.
The agent of Emanuele Calaio has admitted that his client would ‘welcome’ a return to Torino.
Following the arrival of Gonzalo Higuain at Napoli, the 31-year-old’s future at Stadio San Paolo remains in doubt.
And with rumours linking him with Torino, the forward’s representative has admitted that playing for Il Toro again is not out of the question.
“I have not spoken to Emanuele for a few days,” Umberto Calaio told Radio Crc. “But I know he wants to play at Napoli.
“The club do not want to just give him away, but there have been enquiries from the likes of Livorno.
“Torino are a great team, and have always been in Emanuele’s heart. After 15 years, he would welcome a return.”
Calaio came through the youth ranks at Il Toro before leaving in 2005 for Pescara.
Bologna director Roberto Zanzi has admitted that the club have to sell this summer.
The Rossoblu have stood firm in the face of rumours of Alessandro Diamanti’s potential departure from the club, insisting the attacker will stay.
But today the club’s director has claimed that they have to get rid of at least three players.
“The market?” he questioned to reporters. “At the moment we just have to sell.
“We have to go from 28 players in the squad to 25.”