Milan step up renewed chase for Adebayor

<!--StartFragment--> THE future of Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor looked all the more uncertain last night after AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi insisted there was a &ldquo;good chance&rdquo; the Togo international would sign in the summer.<br /><br />Adebayor was a target for the Italian giants last summer before the striker signed an extended contract at the Emirates Stadium.<br /><br />But exit rumours have now re-surfaced and it&rsquo;s Arsenal&rsquo;s London rivals Chelsea seemingly leading the chase after Gunners boss Arsene Wenger admitted he would have no qualms about selling the 25-year-old.<br /><br />Wenger has, however, insisted Adebayor is part of his rebuilding plans for next season, while the player himself said he would be &ldquo;100 per cent&rdquo; staying at the club. But AC Milan&rsquo;s continued interest is bound to interest both parties with Berlusconi clearly confident of getting his man. &ldquo;There is a good chance that we can get Adebayor,&rdquo; he told the Italian media.<br /><br />Meanwhile, Milan striker Ronaldinho has rejected reports linking him with a move to Manchester City in the summer, insisting he wants to stay on at the San Siro.<br /><br />City tried to sign the Brazilian last summer but he opted for Milan and has since struggled to cement his place in Carlo Ancellotti&rsquo;s set-up.<br /><br />Ronaldinho said: &ldquo;Moving to Manchester City is not part of my intentions. I am good at Milan even if the truth is that I wish I had played more.&rdquo; <!--EndFragment-->