Reports from Italy have claimed that AC Milan are looking to sign three first team players from Chelsea in future transfer windows.

According to Calcio Mercato, the Italian champions are interested in bringing in Christian Pulisic, Trevoh Chalobah and Callum Hudson-Odoi next year, as they look to refresh their squad with players on the fringes at Stamford Bridge.

Pulisic in particular was keen to leave over the summer, either on a permanent or temporary basis.

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The USA international is desperate to lead his country to a successful World Cup this winter, with him requesting more regular gametime in order to be up to his full capabilities.

However, he has remained at Stamford Bridge, and a late assist in the victory over Crystal Palace over the weekend could see him push for a start under new manager Graham Potter.

AC Milan want Chelsea trio

Chalobah meanwhile is reportedly seen by his new manager as a potential option for midfield, with the backline looking tough to break into at this current stage.

Hudson-Odoi meanwhile is currently enjoying regular minutes with Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen, playing in a central attacking role.

There have been reports that the Blues are considering calling him back from loan in January, if they decide to sell any of their other attacking options.

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This may become a true scenario, with Calcio Mercato claiming Milan are keen on signing the trio, and could use tomorrow’s fixture as an excuse to begin talks.

The Blues face the Serie A outfit tomorrow in a must-win Champions League group match, with their fate in the competition resting on a double header against them.

They will also be coming face-to-face with Rafael Leao, with the winger being one of the player’s they were keen to sign over the summer. It has already been claimed by Italian media that the Portuguese star will be out to prove himself at Stamford Bridge.

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