Adriano Galliani has revealed that AC Milan are keeping tabs on Liverpool defender Daniel Agger.
The Danish centre-back, who moved to Anfield in 2006, has been in fine form this season.
Rafa Benitez recently rubbished reports suggesting Agger wants to leave Liverpool, although the 23-year-old has yet to put pen-to-paper on a new deal.
Milan have been monitoring the situation with interest and have now confirmed that Agger is one of their targets for the January transfer window.
"We are going to sign a new defender in January, there's is no doubt about that," Milan vice-president Galliani told Denmark's tipsbladet.dk.
"We have kept a frequent eye on Agger and his situation at Liverpool and have of course noticed the problems that Agger and Liverpool have on agreeing on a new contract.
"We have a list of three or four names that could be used in the defence. Agger is one of those names.
"We will for sure make a bid for one of them in January."
Milan are rumored to be considering a bid of 7.5million (£6.6million) euros for Agger.