Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano would be willing to leave the Sanchez Pizjuan this summer for a major European club, according to the player's agent.
The 28-year-old Brazilian, who picked up the Confederations Cup Golden Boot following his brace in Sunday's final against the United States, has netted 47 goals in 105 league games for the Andalucians since arriving from Porto in 2005.
And the front-man's consistent form for the la Liga side - who finished third behind Barcelona and Real Madrid in 2008/09 - has inevitably led to speculation linking him with a move away during the close-season.
AC Milan have publicly declared their interest in his services, naming both him and Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor as potential targets should they fail to land Wolfsburg goal-machine Edin Dzeko.
And Fabiano's agent, Jose Fuentes, has admitted that the player would be willing to listen to offers from a major European side such as Milan, Barcelona or Manchester United, should they come calling.
"I know about Milan and Galliani's interest, but I have not had any official contact with them," he told Sky Sport Italia.
"I have heard the news on the radio and in the papers, but there has not been any official request.
"Like Manchester United and Barcelona, Fabiano would join the Italian side. Any footballer would be happy to join such a major club. Milan are a major world club.
"At the moment he is a Sevilla player, but I cannot say that he will be there next season. He is on the same level as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, David Villa and Adebayor.
"€30m. The club would have to spend that amount to sign the player. I don't think Sevilla will sell him for anything less."comments