One of the agents representing Juventus' Amauri has opened the door for a possible January move to Milan.
The forward has been paired with the Rossoneri over the last few days after Juve failed to move him on in the summer.
"Let's leave this until January, but there was a conversation with Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani," Ernesto Bronzetti told Odeon TV.
"If a few things fall into place then, at that stage, Amauri could be a source of interest."
The Brazilian-born Italian international frustrated Juve officials over the summer after he refused to leave the club.
The Bianconeri were keen to see him go given that he earns almost €4m a season and has less than a year left on his contract.
"Marseille offered him a deal, but it was worth around €7m over three seasons," Bronzetti continued.
"This season he'll get €3.8m from just Juventus.
"There was interest too from Genoa, Palermo, Fiorentina and Parma, but they couldn't handle his salary.
"Amauri also took the decision to stay for family reasons."