A journalist has claimed that AC Milan are one of the sides who are keeping an eye on Federico Chiesa’s situation at Juventus.
Milan and Juventus were by many accounts the two teams who were competing to sign Chiesa from Fiorentina back in 2020, but it was the Bianconeri who won the race as they landed him on a two-year deal for a package worth a potential €60m (via Wikipedia).
Chiesa suffered an ACL injury which prematurely ended his season during the last campaign and though he made his return a few months ago he has struggled to find the same form as before, with three assists in 15 games and no goals to his name in the league.
According to Seby Sarno of OCWSport, there are three clubs interested in Chiesa in view of the summer window. Milan are looking for a top level right winger, but the price tag for the Italian is currently too high.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are also keen and are the only club that have made a real enquiry, while Liverpool are also monitoring his situation.