Rumours have emerged that the Swedish teenager may be a target for the Rossoneri, with Mino Raiola tipped to play a key part in any transferMino Raiola could engineer a transfer to AC Milan for Feyenoord striking sensation John Guidetti, if reports from Calciomercato are to be believed.
The 19-year-old Swede, who is on loan at the Rotterdam outfit from Manchester City, has been the star of Eredivisie so far this season with 18 goals in 16 league appearances, and has caught the eye of a handful of big clubs.
Guidetti, who is currently a client of Sweden-based agency Northern Sky, has been tipped to enter the stable of Italian agent Raiola, and rumour has it that a move to AC Milan could be in the works for the striker should the switch be completed.
The deal, however, is likely to be complicated as Manchester City are reportedly keen on holding on to the talented youngster. Furthermore, the Rossoneri are likely to face stiff competition from Bayern Munich, who confirmed their interest in the player earlier this month.
AC Milan were locked in negotiations with another Manchester City striker, Carlos Tevez, but a deal failed to materialise in January as the clubs could not agree on a transfer fee.
CORRECTION: This article was updated at 17.00 (CET) on February 28, 2012 to correct the current situation with regards to Guidetti's agency rights.