AC Milan are in contact with Gonazalo Higuain’s representatives and are reportedly keen to sign the Argentine forward this summer.

Milan are thought to be looking for a new attacking lineup with Nikola Kalinic expected to be one of the first to depart this summer.

Club CEO Marco Fassone and sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli are thought to be in London at the moment, reportedly sounding out the possibility of signing Chelsea striker, Alvaro Morata.

Sky Sport Italia report that the pair may yet be dismissed from their roles by new owners, the Elliot Management group, however negotiations are ongoing for the moment.

The report goes on to suggest that Nicolas Higuain, Gonzalo’s brother and agent, is in touch with the pair regarding a possible move.

It’s suggested Pipita would be willing to accept a move to Milan this summer given his options at Juve may be limited following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Higuain would cost Milan at least €60m in transfer fees and would expect wages of €7.5m per season.