Reports from Spain claim that Sergio Ramos had contacts with Milan, which have been confirmed, but negotiations were quickly closed due to his salary-related demands.
Chiringuito TV reported that negotiations had begun between the defender, who is leaving Real Madrid as a free agent, and the Rossoneri.
However, Tuttomercatoweb and Calciomercato report it was an initial meeting two weeks ago and interest quickly waned.
Milan is trying to maintain financial balance, so 15 million euros net per season with a two-year contract, was considered unacceptable by the Italians.
The Serie A team just paid 28.5 million euros to buy Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea after his six-month loan, so Ramos would not be guaranteed even enough minutes.