Milan's chief executive officer Adriano Galliani has said Mario Balotelli is a realistic transfer target for the future.
The Rossoneri's summer transfer campaign was far from negative as they bolstered strongly with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Robinho.
But that's not enough for Galliani, who has his eyes set firmly on the Italian ace who is also a Milan fan and was once seen wearing the club's shirt earlier this year.
"I would like Mario Balotelli to play for Milan one day," he told the press.
Ronaldinho is still hanging on to hopes of extending his deal at the club, but he has to wait.
"There is no rush in extending Ronaldinho's contract," added the chief.
Earlier reports claimed Inter were devising a plan to snare Kaka from Real Madrid in an attempt to trump Milan after they signed 'Ibra'.
But Galliani refused to get drawn into speculation.
"Kaka to Inter? I don't want to comment," he said.