Report: Juventus' Amauri on AC Milan radar

The towering forward is surplus to requirements in Turin and could be on his way to the Serie A champions this summer, who look to strengthen their attacking options
Forward Amauri appears to be on his way out of Serie A side Juventus on a permanent basis as Italian champions AC Milan have shown an interest in signing the attacker, Il Corriere dello Sport reports.

The San Siro outfit are looking to add a powerful attacker to their squad this summer in order to bolster their attacking options, and they have now reportedly turned their attention to the 31-year-old.

The former Palermo star lost his starting berth at Juventus last term and was farmed out on loan to Parma for the second half of the season, where he regained his goalscoring form and his good performances in 2011 haven't gone unnoticed by the Serie A champions.

Amauri has previously been linked with a move to England, but could now stay in Italy after all if Milan indeed decide to make a move for him this summer.

Rumors of Amauri arriving could cast further doubt over the future of Antonio Cassano, who only moved to the Scudetto winners in January, but has been linked with an exit, with Fiorentina a possible destination.

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