Dzeko open to Italy switch
Edin Dzeko has revealed he would like to play in Italy one day following AC Milan's failed bid for the Manchester City striker.
The Bosnian hitman is keen to leave the Etihad Stadium in order to play more first team football and is thought to be attracting interest from AC Milan and Juventus.
Milan are desperate to bring in a new striker following the departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic but have had a bid to take Dzeko on a season-long loan rejected by City, who want £30m for the 27-year-old.
Roberto Mancini has said in the past that he wants to keep Dzeko but looks resigned to losing the striker after he admitted he would like to play in Serie A, with Milan proving particularly attractive.
"I always follow the Italian league and one day I'd like to play in it," Dzeko said.
"For now I am a City player, but to be sure I will stay here I will have to wait until the end of the month. I'll see what happens, and if someone else comes.
"I also know that Milan has sold two of its best players."