“Nocerino is not happy with how the campaign has gone and it would be useless to pretend otherwise,” Marco Sommella told Radio CRC on Friday.
“He was a protagonist last season, scoring a number of goals, and he didn’t expect to be placed to one side.”
The Italian international joined the Diavolo in the summer of 2011 from Palermo for just €500,000. He scored 10 goals in 35 League games.
However, the former Juventus player has appeared in just 21 Serie A matches this term – and only 15 of them from the start.
The 28-year-old’s lack of action has raised doubts about his future and re-ignited rumours that home-town club Napoli could look to sign him.
“If there has been a meeting between Milan and Napoli then I don’t know about it,” the agent added. “It’s premature to talk about the transfer market now.
“Walter Mazzarri is a fan of Nocerino, but it’s not the Coach who has to call up a player. It is down to clubs and agents to take a negotiation forward.
“If Napoli want him then they’ll have to contact the Milan owners in a bid to set up talks.”
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