Mirabelli: AC Milan monitoring Morata and Belotti ´on our terms

The Spaniard has previous experience in Serie A having spent two seasons with Juventus

The Spaniard has previous experience in Serie A having spent two seasons with Juventus

The future of Morata has been subject to intense speculation and now latest reports in the HardTackle(via Don Balon) claim that the Gunners are ready to match Chelsea's bid for the talented Spaniard.

A number of Spanish media houses are claiming that Morata is "angry" that his club priced him out of a move to the Premier League by demanding Manchester United and Chelsea to pay £80 million to sign him.

Two players who are not making the trip to the far east are Eden Hazard and new signing Tiemoue Bakayoko. What's that old saying about the definition of insanity?

MIlan CEO Marco Fassone admitted the club continues to target a striker, listing Torino's Andrea Belotti and Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang alongside Morata on a shortlist.

Last season the 29-year-old made 45 appearances across all competitions for Manchester City, scoring 33 goals.

Notably, Belotti is absent from the photos and even the video that was posted by the clubs official Twitter account. But Chelsea fans are desperate for any sign of a transfer. However, Juve's stance instead leaves the Blues still looking for a new striker. Or that Chelsea are interested in Aguero.

"For me, Aubameyang will be the best player to adapt for the Conte system".

They haven't been shy at spending money though this summer, signing Hakan Calhonoglu, Andre Silva, Andrea Conti, Mateo Musacchio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Fabio Borini, as well as the marquee signing of Leonardo Bonucci.

"He doesn't want to go through another season like that". Last season no player started more than 29 league games and the rotation policy paid dividends as Madrid won La Liga and the Champions League.

But Mirabelli has reiterated the Italian club will only make signings on their own terms.

Dutch international Wesley Sneijder is out of contract at Galatasaray after the Turkish giants terminated it, freeing up a potential move to MLS. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Milan is also after Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata and is close on a deal.

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