By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Pato came off the bench to score for the Rossoneri in their 3-1 win over Belgian outfit Anderlecht in the Champions League, a result which assured the San Siro outfit of a spot in the knockout stages of the competition.
While the Brazilian striker did express his happiness at having managed to get on the scoresheet, the 23-year-old also revealed that he was unhappy at not having started the game and implied a move away from Milan could be on the cards.
"I am happy for the goal and had told the coach I was going to score," Pato told Mediaset Premium.
"Milan are doing well and Stephan El Shaarawy is doing well, but I want to play. We'll see what to do with my agent."
Regarded by many as one of the brightest young talents to emerge from Brazil in recent times, the former Internacional player has no shortage of suitors with the likes of Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain all reportedly interested in securing Pato's signature.
Pato's agent Gilmar Veloz is well aware of the fact that his client is highly sought after but claims he will first speak to the 2009 Serie A Young Footballer of the Year before commenting further.
"If he said certain things then he must have had his reasons," Veloz told TMW.
"I want to get a better understanding of the situation with Milan.
"I'll arrive in Italy on Tuesday, I'll speak with Pato and then with the club to evaluate what to do next.
"I don't want to really say anything more because I wouldn't want to say inexact things.
"I don't know if he can leave Milan.
"We'll talk about that again after Tuesday."
The news will undoubtedly serve as an unnecessary distraction for under-fire Milan manager Massimiliano Allegri as he prepares his side for the visit of Serie A champions Juventus on Sunday.