AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi claims there is a 'good chance' that the club can sign Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor in the summer.
Adebayor was wanted by the Italian giants 12 months ago, but a deal failed to materialise and the Togo ace signed a new contract at Emirates Stadium.
However, rumours of a move away from Arsenal have resurfaced in recent weeks, with Chelsea having been linked with an end-of-season bid.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger admitted last week that he would have no problem selling to a Premier League rival, but insisted Adebayor is part of his plans.
The former Monaco forward also revealed earlier this month that he will be staying with the club '100 per cent' next season, but Milan appear set to make a renewed attempt to sign the 25-year-old.
Berlusconi has confirmed the Rossoneri's interest in agreeing a deal and is positive about the prospects of persuading Adebayor to move to the San Siro.
"There is a good chance that we can get Adebayor," Berlusconi told the Italian media on Sunday night.
Meanwhile, Berlusconi revealed Milan will assess the future of Ronaldinho in the summer following the Brazilian's dip in form.
He added: "We will see at the end of the season. I still think he's a good investment."