The Serbia international has become one of the world’s most sought-after talents, with Manchester United and Chelsea also reportedly preparing big-money bids to secure his services.
The former Genk man made 34 appearances last campaign, scoring 12 goals and contributing to the Eagles fifth place finish in Italy’s top flight.
Milan are also willing to part with Fabio Borini if it will help get the deal closed.
Paris St Germain boss Thomas Tuchel is unsure of Adrien Rabiot’s future after the Frenchman reportedly rejected a fresh contract.
The 23-year-old’s current deal at Parc des Princes expires next season but Barcelona are hopeful that the former Pau man will force his way out of the French capital.
Speaking after the match, Tuchel once again stressed that Rabiot has a decision to make over his future.
“I cannot be sure that Adrien will stay,” said Tuchel. “It is up to him. He knows, at least I hope that he knows, that I love working with him.
“Adrien has great potential. He must improve to become a top player, though. It is up to Adrien to say if he wants to stay with PSG.”
Germany Under-21 centre-back Thilo Kehrer is set to join Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain from Schalke after the two clubs reached an agreement on a deal.
Kehrer, 21, excelled as his nation won the UEFA European Under-21 Championship last month and also played 27 Bundesliga matches in 2017/18 as his club finished runners-up to Bayern Munich.
“The economic dimension, in other words the transfer fee for a player whose contract expires next year, is why we accepted this move,” said Schalke sporting director Christian Heidel.
German daily Bild reported that the Arena AufSchalke-outfit will receive €37 million (Dh155.2m)
Brazil captain Thiago Silva, compatriot Marquinhos and France’s World Cup 2018 winner Presnel Kimpembe offer competition for a spot in head coach Thomas Tuchel’s XI.