Serie A giants AC Milan will talk with Chelsea over the possibility of having three of their players in the summer.
After signing Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea on a permanent deal last week, Milan is said to be interested in the trio of Olivier Giroud, Tiemoue Bakayoko, and Hakim Ziyech and will hold crunch talks with the Premier League club this week over the possibility of having the players.
There are claims from Di Marzio on Sky via MilanLive that an agreement for Giroud between the Roseenari and player’s representatives has already been reached with the Frenchman set to earn €3.5m net, per season at San Siro.
Despite the personal agreement, Milan still needs Chelsea to approve the deal with Milan set to turn to Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic as a possible alternative if the deal to get Giroud doesn't materialize.
It is understood that the club’s hierarchy will hold talks with the Blues’ transfer chief Marina Granovskaia as early as next week over the possibilities of getting Bakayoko and Ziyech with the former having featured for them on a loan deal.
Ziyech on the other hand isn't impressed by the lack of game time at Stamford Bridge and despite a lot of hype around him when he joined last summer from Ajax, the player hasn't lived to expectations.