Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have revived their interest and will return to make a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, as per multiple reports. The Milan giants have set the midfield position as a place of priority to continue their squad improvement, and they will reportedly do everything they can to convince the midfield star to move to Italy.

This is not the first time the midfielder will be linked to Milan, as he came under the club's radar in the summer transfer window of 2015 when the club courted him but failed to land him. As at then, he was worth a staggering £40 million but having seen his career dipped in the last years, that figure is expected to drop significantly.

Kondogbia was playing for French Ligue 1 side AS Monaco back in 2015 when he was first linked with a move to Milan, but neither the player nor the club showed interest in starting negotiation talks with the French club. He then chose to sign for the other Milan club, Internazionale.

He penned a 5-year deal at Inter and the club announced on their official website that they had struck a deal with Monaco for the midfielder's transfer. However, they were able to convince the French side to lower their asking price to £31 million, the amount they eventually paid to sign the player.

Italian media outlet Tuttomercatoweb is now reporting that the move that broke down six years ago could now return to the tracks and could finally possibly happen in this coming transfer window. Kondogbia's career journey has seen him move to Spain recently, signing for Atletico Madrid. But having been told he is no longer part of Diego Simeone's plans, AC Milan want to capitalize on the situation and finally get their man this summer.