Arsenal and Everton target Carlos Bacca is attracting attention from France. 

AC Milan are willing to offload the Colombia international striker for the right price this summer and a queue of sides is now forming outside the San Siro.

Bacca's former club Sevilla are keen, while Valencia would also like to take him back to La Liga.

Everton officials recently discussed Bacca during a trip to Italy to meet with several Serie A sides, while Arsenal are consistently credited with holding an interest in him.

Now Bacca has an admirer in France as, according to France Football, Marseille are keen on snapping him up.


It has been claimed Marseille are prepared to put a contract worth €4m per year, for three years, on the table to convince Bacca to move to the Stade Velodrome.

Amid the entry of Marseille into the race, AC Milan have also set an asking price for Bacca.

The Rossoneri are willing to sell the Colombian for a fee of €20m, a sum well within reach of his suitors.