Tiemoue Bakayoko linked with loan move to AC Milan

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Bakayoko also helped Chelsea to win the English FA Cup and his performances have caught the attention of AC Milan chiefs according to Sky Sports.

Chelsea have confirmed this evening that Mateo Kovacic will join the club on a season-long loan as part of a deal seeing Thibaut Courtois join Real Madrid. Bakayoko is seen surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge, and hence Milan are ready to give him another opportunity to shine outside of the Premier League.

Everton are reportedly keen on Chelsea's Tiemoue Bakayoko.

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The 24-year-old will join the Blues on loan this season after passing a medical on Wednesday.

The France global failed to make an impact under former coach, Antonio Conte and appears to have left current manager, Maurizio Sarri wanting. Yet he was not able to satisfy the Chelsea bosses of his reliability as he had a dodgy first season.

According to Calciomercato.com, Milan are only "a few details" away from bringing in Bakayoko, with Chelsea securing his replacement in the form of Kovacic from Real Madrid. He had been hoping to make more of an impression on the former Napoli coach Sarri but it now seems that he won't get the chance.

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With N'Golo Kante still to return, Sarri's first-choice midfield is shaping to include Jorginho and Fabregas alongside the diminutive Frenchman.

Former Chelsea captain Dennis Wise believes Alvaro Morata can enjoy a big season with the Blues.

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