Milan are reportedly in London to negotiate for Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata, but are also in contact with Gonzalo Higuain’s representatives.
CEO Marco Fassone and sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli are in the UK capital, where it was reported they could be dismissed from their roles.
However, Sky Italia is reporting that while new owners Elliott Management may well dismiss the pair, they’re actually in England to negotiate for Morata.
The Spaniard was a target last summer, and having failed to impress at Stamford Bridge he could be allowed to leave.
In addition, the Rossoneri are said to be in contact with Nicolas Higuain, the brother of Juventus striker Gonzalo.
Pipita is believed to be willing to accept a move to San Siro, though he’d cost around €60m and would command wages of €7.5m per season.
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