CHELSEA star Mateo Kovacic has offered himself to another club after holding talks over a transfer, according to reports.
The 28-year-old’s contract expires at the end of next season and he could be on his way out of Graham Potter’s side.
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Kovacic has reportedly told AC Milan that he is willing to sign for them.
Club chiefs Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara were in London for the Italian side’s Champions League clash with Tottenham last Wednesday.
Pianeta Milan claim that they met with the player and his representatives in a hotel to discuss a potential transfer.
They also report that the midfielder plans to leave Chelsea this summer as Todd Boehly prepares to further overhaul his squad.
He could be one of 12 players to be forced out of Stamford Bridge this summer.
Kovacic is into his fifth season at the Blues and has played 210 times for the club, helping them win the Champions League in 2021.
The Croatian has enjoyed another good campaign, firing Croatia to a third place finish at the World Cup and he has featured in 26 games for Chelsea.
If the former Real Madrid ace does move to the San Siro, it will be a controversial transfer after he played for rivals Inter Milan for three seasons between 2012 and 2015.
Kovacic has previously been linked with a switch to Manchester City.