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AC Milan chief Leonardo admits frustration with Chelsea target Higuain

Chelsea links a compliment to Wilson says Howe Chelsea links a compliment to Wilson says Howe
Cary Erickson | 09 January, 2019, 20:55

Despite a strong start to the season, Chelsea have faded in the Premier League title race and Higuain could be the first of several new faces to join the club in the January transfer window.

Higuain sent out on loan to AC Milan last August after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo and the Argentine has been unable to find his footing at the club.

Marca reports that Chelsea have contacted AC Milan about the Argentinian who scored 36 goals for Sarri when the pair were together at Napoli.

That stance could mean Chelsea turn to Bournemouth hotshot Wilson, with Sarri willing to hand over £50m to snare the hitman.

'A goal can change things, but if he is to continue here, he needs to take on responsibility'.

"He has to make a decision and take on his share of the responsibility", said Leo.

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Brazilian Leonardo added: "There's no point following rumours and gossip".

"He is here right now". Seeing as he is here, he needs to get down and actually do something for this team.

Vardy, who has retired from worldwide football, is also far from an ideal fit for "Sarri-ball", with his game more reliant on counter-attacking into space than fox-in-the-box goal poaching.

Father-figure Sarri will believe he is the man to get the player firing on full cylinders after his prolific spell in Naples saw him hit 71 goals in 104 appearances, and will believe a rejuvenated Higuain can fire Chelsea to a top-four finish in the table. However, this season Higuain hasn't been quite so productive in front of goal and he has struggled to win over the AC Milan fans.

Last month, Chelsea's assistant manager Gianfranco Zola confirmed the club's interest in Wilson, forcing Cherries' boss Eddie Howe to insist he is not for sale. "We haven't received any offer from Chelsea - no one has asked us for him and he didn't ask to leave".