AC Milan midfielder Antonio Nocerino has claimed that he may need a move away from Serie A in order to keep his international career on track, as reported by Sky Sports.
The 28 year old has been unable to keep his place in the Milan side this season and has not started a competitive game since February for the Italian side.
Nocerino knows that 2014 could be the biggest year of his career with the World Cup in Brazil and so the former Palermo playmaker will need to be playing regular first team football to be considered in the Italian squad.
Arsenal are on the look-out for an experienced, talented central midfield player after regular injuries to the likes of Jack Wilshere and Abou Diaby have severely restricted their season.
Tottenham signed Lewis Holtby in January but the German has failed to live up to his expectations and if Gareth Bale leaves White Hart Lane, his void will need to be filled.
“I am 28. Next season there is a World Cup,” Nocerino told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I would like to be there. I’d have problems in having another season like this one.
“We will see. For now, the most important thing is qualifying for the Champions League.”
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