Udinese are ready to cash in on striker Antonio Floro Flores this month.

Floro Flores is behind the likes of Antonio Di Natale, German Denis and Bernardo Corradi in the striker's pecking order at Udinese, but remains highly rated in Italy.

Udinese want €5 million for the 27 year-old, who will not be lacking suitors.

Genoa have the money from Andrea Ranocchia's move to Inter Milan to splash out on a new striker and are keen. As are Sampdoria, who see Floro Flores as a replacement for AC Milan signing Antonio Cassano.

Chievo Verona have already made contact about taking the forward on a six-month loan, but Udinese would prefer an outright sale.