AC Milan are interested in a move for West Ham United striker Gianluca Scamacca this summer, according to a report from La Gazzetta dello Sport.
West Ham striker Scamacca struggled to make a huge impact in his first season following a big-money move from Sassuolo, with injuries hindering the 24-year-old Italy international from adapting fully to English football.
AC Milan are keen on signing a new striker this summer following the retirement of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and have contacted West Ham to offer a swap deal that will see Scamacca join them in exchange for Divock Origi and a fee.
Scamacca is said to be open to a move back to Italy, having been contacted earlier in the summer by AS Roma over a loan switch to the Stadio Olimpico. The striker will benefit greatly from playing in his home country.
AC Milan set to tempt West Ham with bid for Gianluca Scamacca
The Rossoneri are eager to sign a new striker this summer and have contacted Alvaro Morata over a move, but will be keen on signing Scamacca, who is younger and has a higher potential than the Spaniard.
West Ham are in no rush to sell Scamacca but will be open to a deal for him at the right conditions. Origi is a player who is not short of admirers in England from his time at Liverpool, and will be a quality addition to the Hammers squad as a proven goalscorer.
AC Milan are awaiting a response from the Premier League side, as they are considering the possibility of the swap deal going through.