AC Milan have identified the price they want for striker Andre Silva, who has been on Wolves and Monaco’s radar this summer.

The Portuguese joined the Rossoneri for big money last year but has failed to produce the goods on the pitch and is expected to leave the club after just one season.

Jorge Mendes, his agent, has already been working on his behalf to find a new club and has been in talks with newly promoted Premier League outfit Wolves and Ligue 1 giants Monaco.

AC Milan are prepared to sell the player in the ongoing transfer window but with UEFA sanctions looming, the club are in no mood to lose any money on the Portuguese.

And according to Italian outlet, the Rossoneri have told Mendes that they want an offer of at least €31m, the figure that will prevent any losses on Silva’s transfer.  


AC Milan are aware of their precarious financial position and despite Silva’s performances last season, they want a top price in order to balance the books.

Mendes has been talking to clubs regarding the striker and it remains to be seen whether any of his suitors are prepared to match the figure AC Milan are demanding at the moment.