AC Milan could make an offer for Liverpool defender Kolo Toure this summer, [football] direct news understands. The 33-year-old only just joined the Reds last summer on a free transfer from Manchester City, and has been in and out of the team this season with some mixed performances for Brendan Rodgers’ side. The Merseyside giants seem likely to make some new signings at the back this summer, with the likes of Jerome Boateng and Pepe emerging as reported targets for the club in that area. This could signal a quick end to Toure’s Anfield career, and Milan are supposedly monitoring his situation as they look to tempt the Ivory Coast veteran to Serie A next year. Toure has spent the vast majority of his career in the Premier League, winning the title on two occasions with Arsenal and Man City, but could now be open to trying a new challenge abroad as he seems unlikely to be a regular at Liverpool next season. Defenders seem likely to be a priority for Milan this summer as there remains some doubt over the future of Philippe Mexes at the San Siro, while loan signing Adil Rami may not make his move to the club permanent.