Milan will re-ignite their transfer interest in Catania playmaker Francesco Lodi at the end of the season, reports Sky Sport Italia.
The Rossoneri and city rivals Inter made enquiries in January for the midfielder, but Catania ruled out his sale.
However, he could be made available this summer if a high enough offer is tabled for the former Udinese man.
The Italian TV station is suggesting that Diavolo officials have already made preliminary contact with agent Alessandro Moggi.
Lodi, uncapped at full international level, is said to be valued at around the €5m mark by the Sicilian outfit.
The 29-year-old has scored six goals in 30 League games this term.
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