Date: 4th February 2014 at 12:38am
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After a busy January transfer window, AC Milan are already planning for the future, and have targeted on loan Chievo ‘keeper Michael Agazzi and Botafogo centre-back Doria, while Ignazio Abate could be a possible casualty of the new regime.

Newly-instated Rossoneri boss Clarence Seedorf has been ringing the changes at Milanello since he replaced Massimilano Allegri, securing the free-transfer signing of midfield general Michael Essien from Chelsea and a loan capture of Queens Park Rangers’ Adel Taarabt before the transfer deadline, but he is keen to further strengthen his squad.

According to Tuttosport, the rookie Dutch tactician is interested in signing his former Botafogo teammate Doria, as the 19-year-old Brazilian international made a big impression on him during his time in South America.

In the meantime, Kevin Constant is reportedly not part of Seedorf’s plans, and Milan youth product Ignazio Abate may also depart the Stadio San Siro, as Mattia De Sciglio is the preferred choice for the right-back position.