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17/07/2017 - 11:46 BST

AC Milan Closing The Transfer Net Around Chelsea Target


AC Milan are closing in on an agreement with Real Madrid for the signature of Chelsea target Alvaro Morata this summer.

After Manchester United abandoned their interest in the Spaniard to snap up Romelu Lukaku from Everton, Chelsea entered the negotiations with Real Madrid for Morata.

However, it seem Chelsea could lose out on one more forward target as according to Gazzetta dello Sport, AC Milan are close to striking a deal with Real Madrid for the 24-year-old.

The deal is claimed to be on the cards and AC Milan appear to have convinced Real Madrid to lower their claims as the fee is expected to be in the region of €70m.


AC Milan have also prepared a contract worth €10m per season, but the figure could go up to around €12m, as per the demands of the Spanish striker this summer.  

Morata is currently on Real Madrid’s pre-season tour of the US but the former Juventus striker could be back in Italy if AC Milan can get the deal over the line soon.

The striker is claimed to be ready to snub interest from Chelsea and move to the Rossoneri this summer.

AC Milan are expected to press the accelerator on negotiations as soon as they are back from their tour of the Far East.