Juventus striker Fabio Quagliarella is being targeted by AC Milan this summer. The Italian forward is widely expected to leave the club at the end of the season and was previously linked with a move to the Premier League by the likes of West Ham United and Swansea City. Whether those close will maintain their interest in the striker remains to seen. Serie A side Milan are ready to bid for the 31-year-old forward as they look to rebuild next season, according to Italian website Calissimo.com. Quagliarella is out of contract at the Juventus Stadium at the end of next season and will be allowed to leave for a minimal fee this summer. The Italian forward signed for Juventus from Napoli in 2011 after an initially successful loan spell. He has found his path to the first team blocked this season with Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente ahead of him in the queue. Quagliarella has made just 20 appearances for the club this season, scoring three goals.