The young Colombian forward has hinted that he would be open to a move to the Rossoneri in the future, but assured that he is focussed on his on-loan club Lecce at presentUdinese attacker Luis Muriel has stated that he would be interested in a transfer to AC Milan, but stressed that at the moment, he is only thinking about Lecce, where is out on loan at.
The Rossoneri reportedly see the 20-year-old forward as a valuable addition to their squad and are ready to make a move for Muriel at the end of the season.
The former Deportivo Cali star has now admitted that a transfer to San Siro could be an interesting option for him.
"I really like Milan. However, I am focusing on Lecce for now," Muriel was quoted as saying by Tuttosport when questioned about a possible transfer.
Muriel, who has netted five times in 19 Serie A appearances this term, has an ongoing contract with Udinese, and an offer in the region of €10 million could be needed to lure him away from the Zebrette.
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