Chelsea target Andrea Belotti is set to snub a move to Stamford Bridge in favour of joining Italian giants AC Milan according to The Express.

The 23-year-old Calcinate born hotshot is currently one of the most promising talents in the Italian game with the player having been a prolific goalscorer for unfashionable club Torino.

After already missing out on several summer transfer targets, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has been expected to increase his interest in Torino star Belotti however The Blues look to have missed out on yet another top class striker.

It has been reported that AC Milan will submit a huge transfer offer for the Italian international frontman, a fee which Torino are unlikely to dismiss and the player could move to the San Siro very soon.

Belotti started his career with little known Italian club AlbinoLeffe before enjoying two years with Palermo. In August 2015, the striker joined current club Torino in a deal worth around £7 million and the player has gone on to make huge headlines with the club by netting an impressive 40 goals in just 74 appearances.

The forward could be set to join a club in AC Milan who are spending big money this summer. The Red and Blacks have not won Serie A for six years but the club’s new owners have huge hopes for success.

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