Milan and Chelsea target Belotti absent from Torino kit launch

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Andre Silva has already been brought in from Porto in attack, but Milan are setting their sights on another centre-forward, with three of the top players thought to be available being targeted.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Morata, who used to play for Juventus, has changed his tune with regards to the possibility of joining Juve's rivals and has also made peace with missing out on one season of the Champions League while at the San Siro. We are keeping all the options open and we will definitely do something attractive.

"We must also reason with the coach, because the next two friendlies can give some technical indications to him and [director of sport] Massimiliano Mirabelli".

That said, Real Madrid appear unwilling to budge from their €90 million asking price, which had Manchester United move on to Romelu Lukaku instead and has soured Chelsea on the chase as well.

He is one of several top strikers now being linked with a move to Chelsea.

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Striker Andrea Belotti was absent from Torino's kit launch ahead of the new Serie A season, further fuelling speculation that he is set for a big-money move this summer.

Torino striker Andrea Belotti has agreed through his entourage to join AC Milan, but Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has claimed that his club are demanding €80m plus the exchange of M'Baye Niang and Gabriel Paletta. It was a insane idea and we didn't even want to try it, but then Vincenzo Montella told us to continue pushing.

MORATA'S NO - Milan have returned to being an attractive side for top players which wasn't the case since 2010 (when Ibrahimovic and Robinho joined the club).

"Buying Bonucci is a signal for the future".

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