Agent of Liverpool's Alberto Aquilani opens door to AC Milan move

The midfielder's representative refused to rule out a potential transfer to the Serie A champions, while stressing that Roma have not come calling for his client
Liverpool midfielder Alberto Aquilani could be tempted to join AC Milan in the summer, the player's agent has indicated.

The Italy international has been strongly tipped to return to his homeland after failing to make his mark at Liverpool following a €20 million move from Roma in 2009.

Roma have been mooted as a likely destination, while AC Milan are believed to be interested in the player as well.

Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani revealed on Monday that Aquilani 'could be of interest' to his side, and the midfielder's representative has now opened the door to a move to the Serie A champions.

"Milan could be a possibility, if Galliani said that. To tell you the truth, however, no Milan official has contacted me for my client," Franco Zavaglia told calciomercato.com.

The 27-year-old's agent stressed there is no substance to reports linking the midfielder with a return to Roma, saying: "There is nothing true about that, no-one from Roma has called me."