Alvaro Morata ‘would return to Italy’ amid AC Milan interest
Alvaro Morata would ‘return to Italy in a heartbeat’ as a move to AC Milan is apparently on the cards.
It is understood the Chelsea flop, 26, is keen to leave the Premier League side in the wake of battling since his £58million move a year ago.
As indicated by Calciomercato, AC Milan are keen to offer the Spaniard an escape route out of Stamford Bridge.
But he may have to wait until the summer to get his move because Milan are believed to be unwilling to spend in January because of Financial Fair Play rules.
Morata spent two years in Italy at giants Juventus, scoring 27 goals in 93 appearances before coming back to Real Madrid for one season and then signed for Chelsea.
AC Milan already have Gonzalo Higuain on loan for this season and are quick to give youthful striker Patrick Cutrone however much amusement time as could be expected.