Feyenoord striker Graziano Pelle has welcomed the reported interest from AC Milan and Juventus.
The 27-year-old, who has yet to prove his worth in Italy’s top flight, has managed to kick-start his career in Dutch Eredivisie.
Impressive showings for Feyenoord have seen his name linked with clubs like AC Milan and Juventus, and the player admits he is flattered by the interest.
“Teams like Juve and Milan are full of good players,” the Italian forward told Nos TV. “If I keep playing well then who knows.
“But I am proud to be playing here at Feyenoord.”
Graziano Pelle began his career at Lecce, but left the club for Crotone after making just 10 Serie A appearances for Salentini.
Promising displays in Serie B earned him a move to AZ Alkmaar, but he failed to impress in the Netherlands and soon returned to Italy to sign for Parma.
Following unsuccessful spells with il Ducali and Sampdoria, Pelle was loaned to Feyenoord last summer, and he has already done enough to ensure the De Kuyp outfit make his loan deal permanent.
Pelle has been in scintillating form this season, scoring 18 goals in 20 Eredivisie fixtures for the club.