Italian international expected to return to Milan on Tuesday.
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Gallaini has revealed he will speak with Stephan El Shaarawy on Tuesday regarding the youngster’s future at the club.
The Milan chief was speaking to Sky Sport Italia, where he revealed that he has scheduled to meet the 20-year-old to discuss the speculation surrounding his departure.
Manchester City had previously been linked with a big-money move, while Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is said to be interested in taking the Italian youngster to the Bernabeu.
However, it remains to be seen whether he is available for transfer this summer, with answers set to be provided following the conclusion of Tuesday’s meeting.
Galliani has been clear from the outset since the conclusion of last season, revealing that the club must sell before they are able to buy.
Their efforts to trim the squad have been unsuccessful thus far, with the likes of Robinho and Mathieu Flamini no closer to an exit.
With interest short in Kevin-Prince Boateng, it is believed that the club could sacrifice El Shaarawy in a bid to make in-roads in the market, with CSKA Moscow star Keisuke Honda at the top of their shortlist according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Japan international has previously revealed he is ready to move to a big club this summer, as his deal with the Russian giants expires in December.
As a result, he will be available for a lower fee, with Milan reportedly at the front of the queue to land his signature.
However, as mentioned previously, he will only arrive if others at the club depart first, and it is unclear at this stage as to whether there will be any imminent departures.