AC Milan interested in Chelsea player who could be victim of Dewsbury-Hall approach

AC Milan are showing interest in one Chelsea midfielder who could end up being a victim of Chelsea’s approach to sign Leicester City midfielder Kieran Dewsbury-Hall.

Chelsea have only asked for conditions of the deal to sign the 25-year-old so far, but they are weighing up a last minute hijack of the deal today as Brighton attempt to complete a medical to sign him.

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This news has come as a real shock in the Chelsea community, with the centre midfield area being one that is pretty stacked at the moment and not a position that has ever been reported that they are looking to sign in.

You’d expect that IF Chelsea did move to sign Dewsbury-Hall, and you’d suspect that will need to now progress TODAY if they are going to do anything there, then they would surely be planning to sell one, two, or even three of their current midfielders in the squad.

Chelsea have Andrey Santos, Lesley Ugochukwu, Romeo Lavia, Moises Caicedo, Enzo Fernandez, Conor Gallagher, and Carney Chukwuemeka as the midfield options at the moment, with Cole Palmer also potentially earmarked to play as a number 8 this season. They are stacked, so surely at the very least one would have to go.

AC Milan keen on Chukwuemeka

Carney to depart Chelsea already?

We’ve heard a lot about Gallagher potentially being sold by Chelsea this summer and that could still happen of course, but AC Milan are reportedly now showing an interest in Chukwuemeka, and maybe he is the one who Chelsea will be prepared to let go IF they sign Dewsbury-Hall?

Gianluca Di Marzio reports that AC Milan like Chukwuemeka and are looking at him again this summer, after having interest in him last summer.

I’d be surprised if Chelsea sell Chukwuemeka on a permanent deal, but I can see a loan move happen.

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