Reports from Spain claimed Alvaro Morata was keen on joining the Red Devils, but a move never materialised, forcing Mourinho to look elsewhere. However, Milan seemingly believe that they can get the best out of him again at the San Siro next season, and so it remains to be seen whether or not an agreement can be reached with Bayern.
"Many names have been mentioned of very strong strikers", Fassone said to Milan TV. "We have had interest". We will see who our choice falls to, although there are also other names who are yet to be splashed on the front pages by the media. We worked with Gigio's willingness, and that of his family. We are keeping all the options open and we will definitely do something beautiful. I do not criticise Madrid and I am not going to criticise my board because my board has made the offer, and they have tried to reach an agreement during a time, and they didn't come to an agreement.
If the paper is to be trusted, Vincenzo Montella-coached Milan have tabled a 70 million euros ($80.16 million) bid for Morata, and have offered a further 10 million euros ($11.45 million) per year to the former Juventus footballer in order to convince him.
Torino striker Belotti, meanwhile, burst into spotlight last season, scoring 26 Serie A goals. "I can't find the words to explain what it means".
But the current Champions League holders are finding it difficult to offload players to raise the cash required for De Gea's signature.
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