Milan would be prepared to sell unsettled striker Alberto Gilardino for €24m, club vice-president Adriano Galliani has confirmed.
The Italy forward, who scored 12 goals in Serie A last season, had said he did not feel valued at the San Siro.
“The team continues to believe and have faith in him,” Galliani was quoted as saying on the club web site (www.acmilan.com).
“However, his comments in recent days are not particularly pleasing to us and therefore if he continues to be unhappy and wishes to move, we will let him go if a club bids €24m.”
Galliani added that only Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Inter and “a couple of English clubs” could afford Gilardino.
Filippo Inzaghi was chosen ahead of the former Parma forward in Milan’s Champions League final win over Liverpool last month, and scored twice.