Paper Talk: Milan tempt Chelsea target with mega money deal; Everton set to miss out on Torino midfielder

12 July at 12:00
AC Milan continue to press for Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.’s Fabrizio Romano writes that the Rossoneri are trying to tempt the 28-year-old back to the San Siro by offering him a mega contract worth €8M-a-season. Aubameyang spent four years with the Rossoneri between 2007 and 2011 but never made a first-team appearance.
Dortmund chiefs are now resigned to losing their star striker and have already received offers from China for the player despite Aubameyang reportedly preferring a move to the Premier League. Chelsea are also understood to be in the hunt with Antonio Conte considering a £65M bid after missing out on Belgian hit-man Romelu Lukaku.
Napoli are ready to off-load full-back Ivan Strinic this summer and his destination could be the Premier League. Il Mattino claims that the 29-year-old is wanted by Watford although there has also been interest from Turkey from Galatasaray.

Sky Sport Italia claim that Juventus may now decide to keep hold of Colombian winger Juan Cuadrado. The 29-year-old had been linked with a move away from Turin but it’s now understood that coach Massimo Allegri wants strength in depth ahead of the new campaign.

Legendary Italian defender Alessandro Nesta has told Corriere della Sera that he would like to coach in Europe. The former Lazio and Milan star has embarked on a successful spell in charge at NASL side Miami FC but told the journal that he intends to return a little closer to home to continue his career.

Former Chelsea target Lucas Biglia could now remain at Lazio next season. The 31-year-old Argentine has been linked with a switch to Milan in recent weeks but Corriere dello Sport insists that his future could remain in the Italian capital.

​Torino midfielder Daniele Baselli is close to signing a new contract with the club. The 25-year-old has been followed closely by Everton but Sky Italia now claim that he will commit his future to his current employer.

Steve Mitchell


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