Gonazlo Higuain’s loan move to AC Milan was terminated and his parent club Juventus allowed the striker to join Chelsea in January.
The Rossoneri signed Krzysztof Piątek from Genoa and his arrival has seen Patrick Cutrone settle for a place on the bench, which was resulted in the latter’s unhappiness.
According to Calciomercato, his current situation at the San Siro has allowed other clubs to take interest in the 21-year-old over a possible move in the summer.
One of them is Tottenham Hotspur and the Premier League club continue ‘observing’ the Italian. Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid also looking at the striker, whose contract with his current employer runs down in 2023.
So far, Gennaro Gattuso’s side have not received any formal offer for Cutrone and they will not consider parting ways with their player if the bid is below €25m. Milan are looking at a fee between €25 and €30m to sanction a sale.
The glaring issue is that if Cutrone moved to Tottenham he’d be back-up to Harry Kane, but perhaps the lure of the Premier League, and a clean break from Milan, could be the attraction