Andre Silva has already been brought in from Porto in attack, but Milan are setting their sights on another centre-forward, with three of the top players thought to be available being targeted.
Zinedine Zidane would be happy to keep the striker for next season and would try and give Morata more minutes and a bigger prominence within the squad, and therefore team, but an exit isn't completely ruled out.
Morata wants to start in as many matches as possible and, judging by his last season in Madrid under Zinedine Zidane, he knows this will not happen if he stays.
He strikes the ball well with both feet and his head, moves constantly and links up better with the midfield since he played for Juventus.
Alvaro Morata, of course famously played some his best football for Juventus in the Serie A (and, of course, in the Champions League) where he bagged 27 goals in 93 appearances for the Bianconeri. SkyBet make the Premier League champions 5/6 to grab the Gabon international.
Now Chelsea will push ahead with talks, with a deal for Aubameyang looking the most likely at this stage. Often described as hot-headed yet inconceivable commitment to the cause, Belotti has an excellent defensive record.