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01/03/2018 - 10:57 GMT

AC Milan Not Prepared To Sell Everton Target


AC Milan will not sell Everton linked striker Patrick Cutrone in the summer, having deemed the talent "untouchable".

The Italy Under-21 international, who made his first team debut for AC Milan in May last year, has been in fine form in the current campaign.

Cutrone has scored 14 goals in 32 games this season, with the youngster finding the back of the net four times in his last four Serie A appearances as he flourishes under coach Gennaro Gattuso.

While the Rossoneri are keen to reward him with a new deal, the youngster’s impressive performances have also attracted the interest of Everton and Borussia Dortmund, who are said to be keeping an eye on his development at the San Siro.


But according to Italian outlet Calciomercato.com, AC Milan consider Crutone untouchable and are not eager to part ways with him at the end of the season, despite interest from Everton and Dortmund.

It is believed that the Italian giants are set to offer him a new contract until 2023 which would see him earn in excess of €1m per season.

Cutrone is yet to make his senior debut for Italy, but he has banged in four goals in five games for the Under-21s.