Serbian international expected to hold talks with Fiorentina owner.
AC Milan have reportedly made an offer for Fiorentina starlet Adem Ljajic according to reports in the Italian media.
The 21-year-old is expected to hold talks with Viola owner Andrea Della Valle on Friday, with the decisive meeting set to provide a clear answer on whether or not Ljajic wishes to renew with the club.
His current deal is set to expire next summer, and as expected Fiorentina are keen to establish where the talented youngster sees his future in order to avoid losing him for nothing in twelve months time.
While coach Vincenzo Montella decided to drop the starlet in their last friendly game after deeming him to be distracting by the confusion over his future, Della Valle hopes that face-to-face talks will help to convince Ljajic that he should stay at the Artemio Franchi next year.
However, Fiorentina officials have warned the former Partizan man that he must prove that he wants to stay at the club, if not then he may well find himself in new surroundings sooner rather than later.
That possibility took another step towards reality on Friday morning, with La Gazzetta dello Sport reporting that Adriano Galliani has now submitted an offer to Fiorentina, prior to the Rossoneri leaving for the USA for the International Champions Cup.
It is unclear at this stage as to how much the offer is worth, or indeed if it has officially been made as neither Galliani or Fiorentina have commented, but it is apparent that Milan are hopeful of signing the youngster as their pursuit of Keisuke Honda looks to be over until January.