AC Milan have their sights set on three more players at Chelsea as they look at their further transfer plans. It comes after already landing Fikayo Tomori on a permanent deal for £25m after a successful loan.
Chelsea are set to be the subject of a triple transfer swoop from AC Milan – who have already pinched one of their players.
The San Siro outfit triggered the £25m clause in the loan deal that took Tomori to the club in January in loan.
It follows a fine spell at Milan where the fans fell in love with the England international.
But they are not done yet and three more Chelsea players could find themselves pulling on the red and black next season.
According to Di Marzio, Olivier Giroud has already agreed a contract with Milan and they are waiting on whether the Blues will let the Frenchman join for nothing or not.
The second is Hakim Ziyech, who had a tough time in his first season at Stamford Bridge.
Despite vital goals against Manchester City and Atletico Madrid, the Morocco international might not fit into Thomas Tuchel’s system.
AC Milan are prepared to make a loan offer for the playmaker but Chelsea have already insisted he is going nowhere, yet the Serie A club will try again for the 28-year-old.
Next is Tiemoue Bakayoko, who the Blues would be happy to offload after a series of loan moves away from London.
The Frenchman’s agent has already admitted he would love a move to the club, saying: “Milan are looking for a player with his characteristics and it’s likely that they can make a proposal.
“At the moment, Tiemoue is a Chelsea player, but there’s a possibility to change his shirt and go to an Italian team.
“Milan are a great team and if the opportunity arises, we will do everything possible to bring him to the Rossoneri.
“[Paolo] Maldini and [Frederic] Massara know him, they know what he can give.”