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Paqueta Milan Transfer: Chelsea, Juventus reach agreement on Higuain
Cary Erickson | 17 January, 2019, 07:08

Chelsea have agreed a deal with Juventus to sign Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain on loan until the end of the season.

Higuain is now on loan at AC Milan but wants to cut the deal short to reunite with former Napoli manager, Sarri at Stamford Bridge.

The report suggests that the loan deal could be extend by a further 12 months should a number of clauses be activated over the coming months.

"You'll remember Higuain had his best season playing under Sarri at Napoli, scoring a record 36 Serie A goals back in the 2015-16 season".

"We signed Cristiano Ronaldo because he is decisive and scores big goals", he told Rai Sport.

Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso confirmed it was a fever, not Higuain's possible departure, that kept him out of the XI for Wednesday's match against Juve.

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"I'm 90 percent sure Higuain will play".

"It may seem like a joke, but honestly, it's true".

"Higuain is Sarri's choice but there are reservations higher up at Chelsea, notably from their director Marina Granovskaia".

Higuain was keen to force a move to Chelsea where he is expected to replace Alvaro Morata. However, since he is officially still a Juve player, Chelsea would need to reach an agreement with the Bianconeri.

Prior to this however, the 31-year-old had been one of the most feared strikers on the peninsula, having scored 146 goals during his five years at SSC Napoli and Juventus. The Spaniard is keen to return to Madrid and Atletico are hopeful of meeting Chelsea's valuation.

It was also a first piece of silverware for Ronaldo since he swapped Real Madrid for Turin last summer.