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AC Milan continue their search for a striker and with Wolfsburg star Edin Dzeko looking likely to stay in the Bundesliga they must look at other options.

Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has been mentioned, but another Premier League possibility is Portsmouth hitman Peter Crouch, according to Studio Sport.

The English international will likely leave Fratton Park this summer, but is waiting to see who the club appoint as their new coach before making a definitive decision.

The 28-year-old scored 15 goals in all competitions for Portsmouth in 2008-09, after three inconsistent seasons with Liverpool.

Rossoneri vice-president has claimed that the club are looking for a capable target man, but the fans would be unlikely to view Crouch is a viable option in completing the attack after losing superstar Kaka to Real Madrid this summer.

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Rossoneri vice-president has claimed that the club are looking for a capable target man, but the fans would be unlikely to view Crouch is a viable option in completing the attack after losing superstar Kaka to Real Madrid this summer.

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wow

Talk about lowered expectations. Imagine going from a team including Maldini and Kaka, the very personifications of class and talent, to one with Adebayor or Crouch, the very definitions of oversized donkeys

In all seriousness, they shouldve pressed harder or ponied up for Dzeko, he is an awesome forward. Adebayor and Crouch are just subpar, but they might form a good partnership with Pato, who knows?

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