Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has expressed his interest in making a move for Arsenal midfielder Mathieu Flamini.
Flamini's future at The Emirates remains in doubt, with the France international yet to extend his soon-to-expire contract.
Gunners manager Arsene Wenger recently stated that a decision over Flamini's future is imminent.
However, Serie A side Juventus have already confirmed their intention to swoop for Flamini, while their rivals Milan now look set to join a potential bidding war.
"He's a really good player. When he played against us [in the UEFA Champions League] he showed good capabilities," Ancelotti told Milan Channel.
"A player like him would be good for any team. And, considering his deal is set to expire, should he want to come to Milan he would be a really good signing for us."