Milan are reportedly open to selling Leonardo Bonucci, but only if the captain asks to leave.
The centre-back was signed from Juventus last summer in a shock deal which was part of a lavish summer transfer campaign for the Rossoneri.
Yonghong Li has been ousted for failing to pay his debts to Elliott Management, and the club must sell before they can buy.
Bonucci would be one of their most valuable assets, and Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that the Diavolo won’t stand in his way if he wants to leave.
The Italian international is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain, who can offer Champions League football and match his Milan wages.
Should Bonucci decide he wants to go the Rossoneri would be open to it, but he’d have to come to the club and tell them he wants to be sold.
Even in that case, Milan would have to receive an offer which would at least see them break even on the centre-back.