The agent of Luis Fabiano confesses the striker could quit Sevilla this summer in order to join a major European club.
Fabiano has been linked with Manchester United, Barcelona, AC Milan and Manchester City, while his stock has risen following impressive displays in the Confederations Cup.
The Brazil international's agent, Jose Fuentes, admits a big-money move to an established side on the continent would appeal before the start of the new season.
Fuentes, though, does not expect Fabiano to be allowed to leave Sevilla - who finished third in La Liga behind Barca and Real Madrid - for anything less than €30million (£25m).
"I know about Milan'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 Emmanuel 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."