Serie A giants AC Milan have surprisingly shown interest in Chelsea’s want-away striker Alvaro Morata in the summer.
The San Siro outfits once again failed to qualify for next season’s European competition for the fourth consecutive season.
As a way to prevent the unwanted situation, the club are ready to make move to sign the Spaniard in the summer, according to reports.
According to Sky Italia, the Rossoneris have met with well-known agent, Giuseppe Bozzo to discuss their chances of luring the former Juventus striker to the San Siro Stadium in the summer transfer market.
Juventus are also in the race to re-sign Morata, who was left out of Spain World Cup squad last Thursday.
The Scuddeto Champions were impressed with what they saw from the player during his two-year loan spell at Turin and they are ready to compete with the Rossoneri in the summer.
The Blues paid £80m to Real Madrid for his service last summer, but they might be unable to sell him at the same price, considering how drastically his form has dropped since the start of the year.
Due to his uninspiring form for the Blues, the former Real Madrid striker won’t be featuring in the upcoming summer World Cup after being snubbed by the Spanish national team coach.