Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has not ruled out a move for Andrii Shevchenko, but he admits that it is unlikely a deal could be brokered that would see the Ukrainian striker retrun to Milan.
Shevchenko has endured a difficult start to his Chelsea career and there has been speculation that he could return to the club where he remains a hugely popular figure.
“Sheva remains one of the family members, even if he’s at another club,” said Ancelotti.
“But it’s difficult for him to come back. Maybe, should there be Milan’s and his will, Chelsea’s could be missing.”
Ancelotti has also set his sights on Juventus’ David Trezeguet or Real Madrid’s Ronaldo as possible striking targets.
“I don’t know how many goals Trezeguet would have scored but he’s surely one of the most important strikers out there,” he added.
“And Milan have the habit of thinking big.
“Ronaldo? He’s a big player too. In June we will see.”