Italian giants refuse to rule out sale of young striker.
AC Milan chief Adriano Galliani has insisted that young striker Stephan El Shaaraway is not ‘unsellable’ according to Gazzetta Dello Sport.
The young forward burst onto the scene last year, starting off in a highly impressive manner with a flurry of early season goals.
That form also saw El Shaaraway break into the Italian national side and the striker is thought to have a bright future in the game.
El Shaaraway’s performances did suffer following the turn of the year following the arrival of Mario Ballotelli from Manchester City.
The arrival of Balotelli at the San Siro sparked speculation that El Shaaraway could be sold but the club previously insisted they were keen to hang on their striker.
Galliani now appears to be loosening his stance, insisting that every player has their price. The statement will be welcomed by Napoli who were strongly linked with El Shaaraway in the January transfer window.
The Naples club could well make a move for the player’s signature if, as expected, Edinson Cavani completes a move away from the club this summer.
A number of top European sides are looking to sign Cavani and it is thought that the Napoli hierarchy see El Shaaraway as the perfect replacement for the Uruguayan forward.