Milan are considering a January move for Chelsea striker Didier Drogba.
According to reports in Italy, the Serie A giants will be in the market for a striker when the transfer window opens in the New Year and the Ivorian is on their three-man wish-list.
Drogba is out of contract at Chelsea in the summer and available on a free transfer, unless he pens a new deal.
But the 33-year-old’s future is still up in the air after reports suggested that the club only want to offer him a one-year deal, while Drogba wants at least two more.
Sources in Italy have claimed that Milan are following the situation closely and may be tempted to make an offer for him in January, especially if he fails to reclaim his place in Andre Villas-Boas’ first-team when he returns from his arm injury.
The Chelsea striker is one of three January options for Milan with, Catania’s Maxi Lopez and Roma’s Marco Borriello also wanted.