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‘We are ready for a swap deal’ – Chelsea striker set to leave Stamford Bridge

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AC Milan are frustrated with their current poor state having failed to qualify for UEFA Champions League competition for the fourth consecutive season. The San Siro outfits are desperate to put an end to the unwanted trend before it becomes part of their culture.

In a way to turn things around in the coming season, the Serie A giants have developed an interest in Spain international forward Alvaro Morata, who was a total flop in his debut season with the Blues.

The 25-year-old found the back of the net in 11 occasions, he also has six assists for the Blues in all competitions but that wasn’t enough to justify his £70m move to Stamford Bridge last summer.

In their desperation to capture Morata’s signature ahead of their arch-rivals Juventus, AC Milan are willing to offer Gigio Donnarumma as a makeshift for the deal to be completed as soon as possible.

According to Corriere Dello Sport, the Serie A side are considering adding the young goalkeeper as part of their deal to Chelsea so as to convince Abramovich to let go of the Spanish striker.

Chelsea are running out of time to keep their first-choice goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois beyond next season, according to Daily Mail — who reported last month that the Belgian netminder could be on his way to either Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid.

Donnarumma’s agent Mino Raiola recently told reporters that his client will be moving out of San Siro before the start of next season but there hasn’t been concrete offer for his signature despite report linking him to Liverpool.

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