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Chelsea and Tottenham monitor AC Milan star: the situation
03/01/2019, 17:20
Franck Kessiè is one of AC Milan’s most requested players. Not only Chinese clubs are interested in him. As Tuttosport reports, Chelsea and Tottenham have set their sights on the midfielder, who joined AC Milan in summer 2017.

The former Atalanta man is reported to have a € 40 million price-tag but the Rossoneri are not open to selling the Ivorian star who is one of cornerstones of Gattuso’s AC Milan side.

The scenario could change during the summer, when Leonardo, eventually, would have time to find a replacement of Kessiè, the main protagonist of AC Milan’s midfield so far this season. Chelsea will be looking for a new midfielder this January in order to replace Cesc Fabregas who is going to join Monaco in the current transfer window.

Spurs are also looking for some midfield reinforcement this winter as Moussa Debélé is tipped to leave North London to join the Chinese Super League.

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