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Antonio Conte makes 'express request' for Chelsea to sign specific attacker

Antonio Conte makes 'express request' for Chelsea to sign specific attacker

Last season was frustrating for Milan as they finished in sixth place in Serie A, but the club have taken some significant steps in the transfer market in an attempt to bolster their squad.

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.

Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal target Andrea Belotti has agreed personal terms with AC Milan according to reports in Italy.

But despite Morata commanding a bigger fee, the Daily Mail add the Blues would still prefer to buy the Madrid man. However, we could also be interested in players that have not yet appeared in the newspapers.

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"We know him well from his time with Benfica, and he hasn't found much space at Bayern", Mirabelli added. Manchester United also had Belotti on their shortlist along with Alvaro Morata, before eventually agreeing a £75m deal to sign Romelu Lukaku from Everton.

"Morata? We've been looking at him from the beginning [of the window], he's made himself available to us", he told Premium Sport. If they were to land Morata, it would signify another significant purchase and he'd play a superb foil to the battering ram presence of Andre Silva upfront. 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. Bonnucci for one would be pleased with this one!

Speculation continues to circulate about the three centre-forwards, with Premier League champions Chelsea among others being named alongside each. The option to stay, put in these terms, does not look as bad as he might believe.

Eduardo Alvarez covers Real Madrid and the Spanish national team for ESPN FC.