AC Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that the Italian club want to sign Arsenal striker Thierry Henry.
Henry was plagued by injury last season
Henry, 29, has long been linked with a move to Barcelona, but Champions League winners Milan now say they want the Frenchman to come to the San Siro.
"Henry is a great striker and among the players that we are interested in," said Ancelotti.
"Our wish is to acquire a midfielder and a striker but they're all difficult signings to make."
Ricardo Oliveira, who joined from Real Betis last summer, has failed to make an impact at Milan while Alberto Gilardino is out of favour with Ancelotti and has already expressed his intention to leave the club.
"There is no reason why Gilardino's wish to leave the club cannot come true as we can find an adequate player in exchange," said Ancelotti.
"Last summer there weren't many players who wanted to come to Milan but there are more now.
"There's one none of you would suspect and if I was to tell you the world would end. We're delighted he wants to play for Milan."
Last week, Henry played down reports he was set to quit the Gunners after being linked with Barca and Inter Milan.
Henry said: "Since I started playing football there has been speculation about me going to a lot of clubs and that will never, ever stop.
"But as I said, for now I'm an Arsenal player, so there is nothing to add to it."
Henry signed a new four-year contract last summer but has since been plagued by injuries and has grown frustrated at Arsenal's inability to mount a title challenge.
"It was pretty difficult to see once again that we finished so far away from the top teams," added Henry, whose side finished fourth in the Premiership in the 2006-2007 campaign.
"It's always the same top four and I'm actually getting annoyed that we're finishing at the end of the top four now."