Real Madrid are currently monitoring their former full-back Theo Hernandez, and could be set to start talks to get him back at the club.
AC Milan signed Hernandez from Real Madrid in the summer of 2019, and since then he has starred for the Italian club, nailing down the left-back spot in the team.
According to Calciomercato and several other sources, his value has gone up from the €20 million that Milan paid for him in 2019, to a staggering €50 million and possibly even more.
The 23-year-old has established himself as one of the best left-backs in Serie A, and possibly even the world, always looking to attack and provide an outlet from the left.
A report from Spanish publication DonDiario has stated that Real Madrid do not regret selling Hernandez, seeing it as crucial to his development as a player, and are still following his growth as a player, claiming that there is a chance that they can make a move for him in the future.
The report states that Real Madrid's intention is to bring back Sergio Reguilon from Tottenham Hotspur if he continues his fine performances for Spurs, and to also keep Ferland Mendy, as long as Marcelo leaves the club, with the 32-year-old left-back slowly out of favour at the club.
Additionally, Real Madrid are also aware that Hernandez's contract at Milan ends in 2024, and they are currently looking at possibly re-signing him in 2023, as long as he continues at the level he is currently at.
By 2023, Hernandez would be 25, and they might be seeing him as a possible starter at left-back ahead of both Mendy or Reguilon.
The reports adds that Hernandez himself would be open to considering a return to Real Madrid.
Hernandez has had a remarkable season for Milan, scoring four goals and providing four assists in 22 Serie A games, making the left-back position his own.