The Rossoneri are looking to add another attacker to their squad ahead of the 2012-13 campaign, and are keeping tabs on the Udinese veteran
By Elia Raimondo
AC Milan are considering making a move for Udinese forward Antonio Di Natale as they are looking to add some fresh blood to their squad this summer, Goal.com has learned.
The Rossoneri are in the market for reinforcements up front due to the departure of Maxi Lopez and the ongoing uncertainty about the future of Robinho, and they see the 34-year-old Di Natale as the perfect addition to their attack.
Di Natale turned down the chance to join Juventus two years ago, but is believed to be open to a move to Milan ahead of the 2012-13 season as he's eager to fight for the Scudetto in the final years of his career.
Udinese could be tempted to let go of their star player if a good offer comes in, and the inclusion of Alberto Paloschi could convince them to sell Di Natale.
The Zebrette have long been interested in signing the 22-year-old, and they relish the prospect of landing the striker this summer.
Meanwhile, Milan are also closely monitoring the situation of Palermo attacker Fabrizio Miccoli in case they fail to land Di Natale.
The 32-year-old's contract with the Sicilians runs out this summer, and he has yet to agree terms for a new deal with the Rosanero.