Stamford Bridge boss wants to sign in form San Siro man.
Chelsea are planning a San Siro raid to bring AC Milan striker Marco Borriello to Stamford Bridge. The Stamford Bridge boss is hoping that the cash strapped Serie A side will accept interest in the 27 year old as a more attractive alternative to selling Brazilian youngster Alexandre Pato who is also linked with a move to the west London club.
Borriello has been in fantastic form this season netting 14 goals as AC Milan challenge for the domestic title. The former Treviso man has been at the Rossoneri since 2002 but has spent large chunks of that time out on loan and it was only after a successful spell at Genoa that his career really kicked into life.
Ancelotti is looking to bring in new strikers to the club to add support for veterans Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka. The powerfully built forward would be ideally suited to life in the Premier League where his stamina and physicality could help him become a success.