vice-president Adriano Galliani has admitted that the club are considering making a move for Siena
striker Mattia Destro.
The attacker enjoyed a breakout season last term, scoring 12 times in Serie A to reportedly alert the likes of Roma and Juventus to his signature.
However, Galliani has now confirmed his side's interest in Destro, revealing that a bid for the striker could be on the cards, while reiterating his stance that Thiago Silva will stay at San Siro this summer.
“Thiago Silva will stay at Milan and we might bring in Destro,” Galliani told Sky Sport Italia
Roma were thought to be favourites to sign Destro, who is co-owned by Genoa, but Siena director of sport Stefano Antonelli has stated that there is no frontrunner in the race to sign the starlet.
“Milan are a great club, so their interest is not surprising,” he mused.
“I would be honoured to keep Destro, as he is one of the brightest young talents in Italy, but we know it would be tough.
“There are no favourites in the race. Every club can speak to us or with Genoa. There are many clubs interested and Roma are among them.”
Destro was included in Cesare Prandelli's provisional Italy squad for Euro 2012, but failed to make the final 23-man cut.