Report: AC Milan are buying all the strikers, leaving none for Chelsea

Report: AC Milan are buying all the strikers, leaving none for Chelsea

Mourinho and United valued Morata at £65m and instead sealed a £75m deal for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, after negotiations with Real came to a halt.

And he would likely be effective for manager Vincenzo Montella given his clinical finishing and effective link-up play.

"He didn't want to hide behind such an amazing injury".

Further report in The Independent state that the English giants are confident regarding their third choice goalkeeper Joel Pereira, as Jose Mourinho too, regards him highly. "I prefer to have him with me, so I will do everything possible to have him here".

United were only willing to go as high as £60m for the Spaniard but Real Madrid wanted around £75m as they looked to fund a move for Monaco forward Kylian Mbappe.

Since acquiring new ownership, AC Milan have been on a massive spending spree, the likes of which have never before been seen in Italy (and that's saying something considering the exploits of Parma, Lazio, et al. back in the '90s), seemingly not giving a second thought to Financial Fair Play or any other such considerations as they attempt to regain their former status and greatness.

"It is a question for Florentino [Perez]".

It seems Real Madrid are not ready to end their pursuit of David De Gea.

Transfer market expert Graham Hunter says striker Alvaro Morata should sign for Chelsea this summer. Jurgen Klopp wants to bring in a left-back to provide competition for an ageing James Milner who was playing on the left flank for almost the entirety of last season.

"Things can happen in the last few days, but I wish Alvaro the best".