Italian giants AC Milan are readying summer move for Palermo playmaker Franco Vazquez, according to Tuttosport.
The Rossoneri attempted to recruit the highly rated footballer during the January window, but the Rosanero opted against cashing in on their star player midway through the season.
However, with Palermo chairman Maurizio Zamparini earlier confirming that the club might have no choice but to sell in the summer, AC Milan have rekindled their interest in the 26-year-old footballer.
Franco Vazquez formed the Serie A’s most impressive attacking partnership with Paulo Dybala last season, whereas he has struck a good understanding with Alberto Gilardino this term.
Having managed 13 goals and 16 assists during the last two league campaigns, it is hardly surprising the Italy international has caught the eye of AC Milan.
After recording back to back victories over Inter Milan and Palermo, the Rossoneri can be backed at 11/20 to see off Udinese as well.