Italain midfielder keen to secure first team football.
AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino has told the club he is looking to leave the San Siro this summer according to Sky Sports.
The Italian international has struggled to hold down a regular place in the AC Milan starting line up this season and is concerned about his international future.
Nocerino is keen to secure first team football as he looks to book a place in the Italian national squad for next summer’s World Cup finals tournament in Brazil.
Nocerino currently has 15 caps to his name and is desperate to make sure he doesn’t miss out on international football’s biggest competition next year.
The midfielder has not started a game for AC Milan since February and is concerned that he will drop out of Italy manager Cesare Prandelli’s thoughts should the situation continue.
He insisted he was focused on finishing the season with the Italian giants and helping them secure Champions League football but would have to sit down and consider his options come the end of the season.
AC Milan signed Nocerino from Palermo for just £420,000 in 2011. The player is likely to seek a move to another Italian side as Italians playing abroad face a more difficult task in establishing themselves in the national team.