ANTONIO CASSANO is set to meet the club to discuss his future, reports suggest.
The Bari-born forward joined Milan in January after falling out with Sampdoria President Riccardo Garrone but could be packing his bags once again as he’s not getting first-team football often.
With Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato and Robinho all ahead of FantAntonio is the pecking order, Cassano is worried that if he won’t play regularly, he might be let out of Italy’s squad for Euro 2012.
According to the latest voices in the peninsula, Cassano’s agent Beppe Bozzo will meet with CEO Adriano Galliani to see where his client is in Massimiliano Allegri’s project for the next season.
Milan intend to keep the player in their ranks, but the many clubs interested and the player’s desire to be in the Starting XI could see Cassano leaving Milan, the first club he ever won anything with.
“Cassano does not go away. He’s fine where it is and next year will play with Milan,” Bozzo said last week.