Said benhrama was part of a formidable front 3 alongside Ollie Watkins and Bryan Mbeumo during the 2019-20 season, and the Algeria international netted 17 goals and 9 assists for Brentford in the Championship last campaign.
However, Brentford's failure to gain promotion back to the English Premier League could possibly lead to the Algeria international seeking new pastures ahead of the new campaign.
The blues have been credited to move for the winger in recent weeks, but according to DZFoot journalist Walid Ziani, AC Milan are now looking to agree a transfer for said Benrahma.
The report claims that Ac Milan are stepping up their interest to sign a new attacker this summer transfer window, and said Benrahma could be tempted to make the move to AC Milan' in order to join uo with Algerian colleague Ismael Bennacer.
Said Benrahma's existing contract at the bees will expire in year 2022, and Brentford have allegedly slapped a €28m (£25.2m) price tag on said benrahma's head.
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