Serie A giants AC Milan wants to lure Chelsea FC trio of Olivier Giroud, Fikayo Tomori, and Hakim Ziyech to San Siro in the summer.
Italian newspaper Gazetto dello Sport via the Daily Star reveals that Milan wants to revamp their side once again after comings second in the league last season and feels that the trio will be a valuable addition to their squad.
Tomori spent half a season at Milan in the just-concluded campaign on a loan deal with reports from various tabloids reporting that the club was ready to turn the move into a permanent one. Giroud and Ziyech have fallen down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge and with the club set to enter the market for attackers once again, their futures look bleak.
Tomori featured 26 times before catching technical director Paolo Maldini's eye, who is eager to retain the youngster. Apart from Milan, Lazio is one the other team said to be interested in Ziyech who wants more playing time to re-ignite his career which seems stagnated since he joined Chelsea in the summer.
While Giroud’s contract was recently extended by Chelsea for another 12 months, the striker fueled further speculation linking him to Milan when he claimed it was Chelsea’s decision to activate the contract extension and not his.