According to both Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport, the Rossoneri have identified the Colombia international as the solution to their shortcomings on the left flank.
However, while Milan CEO Adriano Galliani is said to be a keen admirer of the versatile 25-year-old, it is believed that the fee could represent a major stumbling block, with Udinese likely to demand somewhere in the region of €15 million for Armero.
Both Italian dailies claim that the reigning Italian champions are also keen on another favourite at the Friuli, midfielder Kwadwo Asamoah, but it is more likely that Armero will end up at San Siro, particularly as the Rossoneri retain a strong interest in Seydou Keita, who is expected to leave Barcelona in the summer.
Armero, who has been capped 30 times by his country, joined Udinese from Palmeiras in 2010.
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