Crouch’s agent, Jonathan Barnett, says a club could sign the striker if a big offer is made.
“I think Portsmouth have financial problems,” Barnett told The News. “I think every player is available.
“You would have to speak to Portsmouth to see if they are willing to sell Peter. He doesn’t feel he’s been let down, though. He has a great relationship with Portsmouth. He doesn’t feel let down at all.
“We haven’t heard anything from Milan or anyone at this stage.
“He’s a Portsmouth player, he likes the club and thinks a lot of Peter Storrie and Paul Hart.
“He is happy, but if there are circumstances where he has to move, that is football I’m afraid.
“If Portsmouth were to receive an offer from somebody then we would have to listen to it.”