After long negotiations last season AC Milan are ready to make a revamped attempt for Alvaro Morata. Chelsea’s striker wants to return to Italy.
According to Il Corriere dello Sport, Morata’s future may be again in Italy. The striker feels nostalgic and together with his Italian wife are preparing for a sensational return. The Spaniard would also be happy to return to Serie A where he established himself as a top player in his two years at Juventus. But this time it could be at AC Milan, the club he nearly joined last summer before making a switch Chelsea.
This year things could change. The vale of the striker has dropped sharply, from 65 million (plus 15 in bonus) spent by Chelsea to purchase him from Real Madrid. Today there is no club offering more than 40 million euros for Morata. A price tag effected even by his exclusion from the Spanish national team for the World Cup.
AC Milan want to sell Nikola Kalinic and Andre Silva to obtain a treasure of at least 50-55 million. The budget can be further increased by the possible departure of Suso, valued at 38 million euros. Money that would serve to snatch the Spanish 25 year old, considered ideal to express himself in the 4-3-3 line up of the Rossoneri. Of course, UEFA’s grip on AC Milan accounts will not facilitate this operation, but the Morata track is concrete. Now it is up to the Rossoneri to try to finalize it.