The Spaniard is currently unemployed after stepping down as coach of Barcelona at the end of last season and his agent, Jose Maria Orobitg, says a move to San Siro is not out of the question.
“Pep to Milan? Everything is possible for next season and I've already said this before,” Orobitg told TMW.
“I always speak with Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani and he's always very kind. The relationship between us is good. Who knows what will happen in the future.”
The former midfielder’s representative also did little to deny reports linking him with a possible appointment in England.
“The doors are open for Milan, just like they are open for Manchester City, Chelsea and so on,” he added.
“Pep will listen to offers and then he will evaluate them. But so far we haven't talked about Milan, which is also because Guardiola won't be coaching until next term. We will talk about his future again in June.
“I won't exclude anything, but when I say that everything is possible, then I'm also referring to Manchester City, Chelsea and other important clubs.”
The 41-year-old coach won 13 trophies at Barca in a four-year spell as coach.