Chelsea, Arsenal and Man Utd target agrees AC Milan switch

Hakan Calhanoglu celebrates after scoring the first goal for Turkey

Hakan Calhanoglu celebrates after scoring the first goal for Turkey

Torino would happily take both players off Milan's hands, but want more than the €40m in cash they have offered, even demanding as much as €80m - though Milan are optimistic an agreeable compromise can be reach.

The Italian striker has been on the lips of Europe's top clubs over the past six months after scoring 40 goals in 74 appearances for mid table Italian club Torino.

Chelsea are considering a move for the Italy global after losing out to Manchester United in the hunt for Romelu Lukaku.

News of Milan's increasing interest could also affect Chelsea, who were said to be interested in his services, but fellow Italian Antonio Conte may now need to focus his attention elsewhere in pursuit of a striker.

AC Milan are known to be interested in signing Torino star Andrea Belotti who has a € 100 million release clause included in his contract.

Spending is set to continue, with Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang also on Milan's radar, but Mirabelli insisted further deals will only be done on the club's terms.

The addition of Belotti to their ranks could see them challenging for the Serie A title, a title they haven't won since 2010/11.

AC Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli says the Serie A club will not be bullied into paying huge transfer fees for players.

AC Milan have already made a number of notable signings this summer, bringing in Hakan Calhanoglu, Franck Kessie, Mateo Musacchio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Bonucci, Andrea Conti, Lucas Biglia and Andre Silva.