Adriano Galliani has refused to comment on speculation linking Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov with a move to Milan as part of a swap deal involving Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.
Bulgaria international Berbatov has been linked with a summer switch to Milan after a disappointing time at Old Trafford following a £30million move from Tottenham in 2008.
Though Berbatov’s agent has played down talk of a deal, there have been suggestions that Milan could include Dutch frontman Huntelaar in the package.
However, while Rossoneri vice-president Galliani admitted the Premier League could be an option for Huntelaar in the future, he played down any move for Berbatov.
“When Klaas was at Real Madrid, he had the chance to go to England, Germany or Italy, and he chose Milan,” Galliani said. “But England could be a future solution.
“I have read about our interest in Berbatov and I have nothing to add.”