have 'revived their interest' in Manchester United
midfielder Marouane Fellaini
and are 'plotting a move' to sign him this month.
The Italian side have held a long-term interest in the player and were in talks to sign him on a free towards the end of last season.
However, the Belgium international ended up signing a two-year extension on his Old Trafford deal to remain at United, but his future at the club has come into question again with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's arrival seeing a significant reduction in his playing time.
Belgium outlet Nieuwsblad
claim Milan are keen to strike a deal for Fellaini with the midfielder understood to be open to a move away from Old Trafford.
The Serie A side face considerable competition for the 31-year-old with FC Porto and Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande also reportedly monitoring the situation.
It is not yet clear if United would be willing to part with Fellaini but his lack of playing time in recent weeks would suggest they could be tempted by the right offer.
Reports in Spain have suggested United are considering a shock move for Philippe Coutinho
amid growing unrest with his role at Barcelona.
The potential arrival of the Brazilian would only see Fellaini slip further down the pecking order and selling him could pave the way for Coutinho to join.