After the official appointment of Leonardo as their new director of sport, Milan have continued their attempts to reinforce the squad for the upcoming season. The objective remains to bring a top striker to the club, and the name that they would like to bring is Alvaro Morata. First conversations happened today between Leonardo and Morata's entourage, who have already said yes to the possibility of the Spaniard playing for the rossoneri. Despite all of this, Chelsea's demand for the player remain very high: they are looking for a fee somewhere between 65 and 70 million.
The price of Morata keeps Gonzalo Higuain's name highly in contention. The striker could become part of the ongoing negotiations that are taking place for a swap between Bonucci and Caldara. Radamel Falco, in the meantime, remains the third option. Milan are also working on selling players, as Leonardo also had a conversation with Atletico Madrid to reopen the dialogue between the two clubs for Nikola Kalinic.