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On-loan Milan striker Hernan Crespo has claimed that Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho does not intend to sell him in the summer.
The Argentine is on a season-long loan with the Italian giants from Stamford Bridge and recently scored in both legs to help dump Manchester United out of Europe's premier competition.
That victory has left Crespo hungry for a crack at Chelsea, who he feels never gave him a fair chance during his time in West London.
Milan are confident they can strike a deal with Chelsea for Hernan Crespo.
The Argentine striker is currently on a season-long loan at The Giuseppe Meazza and he has impressed.
Crespo showed his value in the recent UEFA Champions League clash with Manchester United where he scored the only goal in both legs.
Hernan Crespo's situation should become a lot clearer by the end of next week, according to reports in Italy. The Argentine international endured a tough time at Chelsea, only managing to score ten times for the club. However, his loan move to Milan has revived his career and now Crespo is desperate to prolong his stay at San Siro.
Hernan Crespo is willing to take a pay cut in order to facilitate a permanent move from Chelsea to Milan. The Argentine striker has found his form once more since returning to Serie A on loan from The Blues, and is desperate to make the move permanent this summer.
Chelsea striker Hernan Crespo will spend another season on loan to AC Milan, according to his agent.
Crespo enjoyed a successful year with Milan, scoring twice in the Champions League final defeat to Liverpool, after an unhappy time in London.
It was thought Milan would buy him but he will instead be loaned again