Kalou could make shock Milan move

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Chelsea forward Salomon Kalou has become a surprise target for AC Milan and could make a summer move from Stamford Bridge to San Siro, according to talkSPORT.


The Ivory Coast international was expected to leave the Blues earlier in the season after then boss Andre Villas-Boas ordered him to train with the reserves due to his refusal to sign a new contract and his current deal ending at the end of the season.


However, the sacking of Villas-Boas by owner Roman Abramovich has seen Kalou’s opportunities in the first team increase under caretaker manager Roberto di Matteo.


Now reports have suggested that the current Serie A champions have developed an interest in signing the 26-year-old on a free transfer after the vast improvement in his form of late.


The report also claims that Turkish side Besiktas are keen on recruiting the versatile forward, but the upturn in the level of his performances have meant a new deal at Chelsea has not been ruled out.

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