AC Milan monitoring Morata and Belotti 'on our terms' - Mirabelli

AC Milan monitoring Morata and Belotti 'on our terms' - Mirabelli

The Serie A side have been busy in the market, with Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia becoming their 10th signing after the earlier shock arrival of Leonardo Bonucci from Juventus, which Fassone initially thought was "a insane idea".

Torino's Andrea Belotti is, understandably, a coveted player given the season he had in Serie A last term. However, we could also be interested in players that have not yet appeared in the newspapers. We are keeping all the options open and we will definitely do something attractive. Having already been linked to potential Chelsea transfer targets Andre Belotti (for whom they've submitted at least one bid) and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, they have now also turned their attentions to Álvaro Morata.

The Italian striker has been on the lips of Europe's top clubs over the past six months after scoring 40 goals in 74 appearances for mid table Italian club Torino.

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And they're not done yet, but Mirabelli a former chief scout at rivals Inter, will not allow Milan to be held to ransom in pursuit of strengthening their squad with Sanches and Morata two such names they're looking at. It was a insane idea and we didn't even want to try it, but then Vincenzo Montella told us to continue pushing.

"Morata had told us of his availability, but the situation was complicated a little by the Champions League final [Morata stated that he didn't see himself playing for another Italian club after his time at Juventus], and a little by interest from other clubs".

"Buying Bonucci is a signal for the future".

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