AC Milan are reportedly targeting Napoli striker Goran Pandev.
The 31-year-old made the permanent switch to the Partenopei in the summer of 2012 for an overall transfer fee of €9 million, and is being linked with a move to the Rossonneri.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan are considering Pandev as a potential signing to improve their attacking department for the upcoming season.
The report also suggests that the no contacts have been made between the clubs, whilst also stating that the Rossoneri might consider acquiring him on a free transfer in June 2015 when his contract expires if nothing develops in the current window.
The Macedonian striker scored seven goals and provided four assists in his 29 appearances for Napoli in the 2013/2014 Serie A season.