Tottenham's Moussa Sissoko
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Moussa Sissoko has disappointed since signing for the club, but he is still generating interest.
Whether Milan have the funds to match Tottenham's huge fee they paid for Sissoko last season is questionable, and a swap move could help lower the price tag.
Here are three AC Milan players Tottenham should attempt to swap Sissoko for...
AC Milan's Carlos Bacca
Bacca snubbed a big money move to West Ham last summer due to the fact they could not offer Champions League football.
Tottenham are on course to secure it again for next season, and the Colombian could be an upgrade on Vincent Janssen.
He has netted nine goals so far this campaign and while he has some catching up to do to better last season's tally of 20, he has shown in Spain and Belgium that he has no problem switching leagues and remaining productive.
Watford's M'Baye Niang scores
Once a trialist at Arsenal, Niang has had mixed fortunes since signing with Milan as a teenager.
This January he signed on loan at Watford and made a big early impact with a goal and assist in his opening two games.
If he continues to impress then Spurs would be wise to try and hijack a deal for the 22-year-old.
Suso celebrates scoring against Inter
Former Liverpool starlet Suso was regarded as a potential world beater, but found opportunities limited under Brendan Rodgers.
He is beginning to flourish in Milan and scored in the derby with Inter earlier this season, earning widespread plaudits.
The winger is only 23 and could provide competition for Erik Lamela, who has been out with injury since October.