Striker Carlos Bacca is happy at Milan but will listen to offers if not convinced by the long-term project of the Italians, agent Sergio Barila has revealed.
A group of Chinese investors agreed to take an initial stake of 70 percent of the club as the future of Milan remains uncertain.
And Barila, who confirmed that a number of European clubs are interested in the 29-year-old, says a decision will soon be taken by his client.
"We're waiting," Barila told Calciomercato.it.
"We have to analyse the situation and take a decision.
"Carlos is in a great club at the moment but it is important to understand what the long-term project is here at Milan.
"It is normal that other important clubs have made contact, he can score a lot of goals and in Europe many clubs are interested."
Liverpool and West Ham United are also interested but these two will not feature in next season's Champions League.
Milan also failed to qualify for Europe's most prestigious competition after a very disappointing campaign under manager Sinisa Mihajlovic.