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SunSport have exclusively revealed that AC Milan are chasing Wilfried Zaha in January and believe the Crystal Palace star can fire them to a first title in ten years.
The Italian giants, currently top of Serie A, are looking to add more firepower as they bid to win a first Scudetto since 2010-11.
Milan see Zaha, 28, as a great addition to a squad that could potentially end Juventus’ nine-year supremacy in Serie A.
In other news, Marcos Alonso is edging closer to the exit door at Chelsea, with a six-month loan deal to Atletico Madrid on the cards.
Spanish outlet El Chiringuito are reporting that Alonso will move to the Spanish capital on loan, with the Blues paying 50 percent of his wages.
The report states Alonso will fly out to Spain later this week to get the deal done.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are reportedly interested in a move for Brighton’s Tariq Lamptey if they lose Hector Bellerin to Barcelona.
According to The Mirror, Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta, who is favourite to win the election, ‘wants Bellerin’.
But the Gunners might already have a replacement in mind in the form of Brighton’s marauding wing-back Lamptey.
Their North London rivals Tottenham are also determined to strengthen their side, with BILD claiming Marcel Sabitzer could be on his way to Spurs.
They state that the midfielder is eager to make the move, with the versatile Austrian top of Jose Mourinho’s wish list.
And finally, Wolves reportedly face competition from AC Milan for Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic.
Jovic has emerged as an option for Nuno Espirito Santo, but Milan also fancy the Bernabeu flop as cover for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to AS.
Divock Origi is another option that Wolves are considering, but AC Milan’s cross city rivals Inter are also in the race for Origi’s signature.