AC Milan winger Fabio Borini has reportedly emerged as a possible transfer target for West Ham United.
Borini spent this season on loan at San Siro - with four goals being scored in 39 appearances in all competitions - and the Italian giants have recently completed the signing of the player on a permanent deal from Sunderland.
However, according to Calciomercato, the 27-year-old is available for transfer this summer with Milan needing to raise funds in order to meet their FFP requirements.
The report suggests that new West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini may be willing to make an official approach for the versatile attacker, who has also represented Chelsea, Swansea City and Liverpool in English football.
Napoli are also said to hold an interest in Borini, but Milan are not expected to sell the player on the cheap having paid Sunderland in the region of £5m for his signature.