Chelsea target Andrea Belotti is reportedly open to a move to AC Milan this summer and is ready to snub a move to London.
The Torino striker has been one of the names most commonly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge over the past few weeks – with rumours intensifying following news that Diego Costa could be about to leave.
Reports have suggested that the Spanish striker’s relationship with Antonio Conte has broken down and that he may not kick another ball for Chelsea.
However, Belotti could deal the Blues a blow as Calciomercato believe that the striker is open to a move to AC Milan.
The 23-year-old currently has a €100 million release clause included in his contract – and Torino are not believed to be ready to accept anything below that to let their man go.
According to the report, AC Milan have offered € 40 million plus Torino targets Gabriel Paletta and M’Baye Niang – but the Turin-based side want more cash.
Chelsea have also been linked with moves for Alvaro Morata and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang this summer, and could prioritise one of those players if they were to miss out on Belotti.