AC Milan are the latest club being linked with a move for Cherries star Joshua King.

The striker, 28, has just one year remaining on his contract at Vitality Stadium and is reportedly attracting interest from a host of clubs.

Mail Online today claim Italian giants Milan, Lazio and Roma are "assessing a summer move" for the striker, who moved to Vitality Stadium from Blackburn Rovers for a compensation fee of around £1million in 2015.

He has scored 50 goals in 170 games for Cherries.

Champions League finalists PSG have also been linked to King during this transfer window with the Mail claiming "10 Premier League clubs" are also looking at the Norway international.

Cherries turned down a bid believed to have been in the region of £20million for King from Manchester United in January.

King has not yet linked up with the Cherries squad for pre-season. He has instead been granted permission to train in Norway ahead of the country's Nations League games next month.