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Gonzalo Higuain absent from Milan pictures in Saudi Arabia ahead of Supercoppa final with striker only making the bench for Juventus clash as he pushes for move to Chelsea

  • Gonzalo Higuain is on the bench for the Italian Supercoppa final in Saudi Arabia 
  • The Argentinean international has been strongly linked with a move to Chelsea 
  • Maurizio Sarri is  desperate to sign the striker, who is currently on loan at Milan
  • He was in training on Tuesday, but he was absent from a Wednesday photo call 
  • READ: Higuain attempting to force Chelsea move with Sarri desperate for striker 

The Serie A side met Saudi Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, who is President of the country’s General Sport Authority, but there was no sign of the Argentinean striker as the entire team – along with chief executive Ivan Gazidis – posed for a photo ahead of their clash with Juventus.

The club also released pictures from a stretching session inside the venue, with Higuain again nowhere to be seen.

Gonzalo Huguain missed Milan's trip to meet Saudi Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal

The entire squad was pictured in Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, but Higuain was absent

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Higuain has made it clear to his temporary and parent clubs that he wishes to move to London and be reunited with Maurizio Sarri.

Sarri, who managed the 31-year-old at Napoli, is adamant that he will be the answer to Chelsea’s problems in front of goal, and the club have been working hard to convince Juventus to recall the forward from his current loan deal.

the Argentinean striker trained with his team-mates on Tuesday but was absent on Wednesday

the Argentinean striker trained with his team-mates on Tuesday but was absent on Wednesday

Meanwhile, Chelsea fans were put on alert by the news, with a number convinced that the Argentinean’s ailments are all a smokescreen ahead of a move to Stamford Bridge.

One Twitter user wrote: ‘Higuain has a fever you say? More like he’s getting ready to move to West London.’

While another said: ‘Higuain has a “fever”. Probably the “Chelsea sign me up ASAP” fever.’   

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Why Chelsea target Gonzalo Higuain starts on the bench for AC Milan against Juventus Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 16 Jan 2019 3:05 pm Share this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messenger 553 SHARES Higuain was missing from AC Milan’s squad photo on Wednesday (AC Milan/Twitter) AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain is on the bench for his side’s Italian Super Cup clash with parent club Juventus because he is suffering with a fever. Higuain, 31, is being heavily linked with Chelsea and the striker’s agent has reportedly held discussions in London over a move to Stamford Bridge this January. The Argentina international has only managed six league goals since sealing a temporary switch from Juventus to Milan last summer and is open to joining the Blues. Maurizio Sarri is keen to be reunited with former Napoli man Higuain and Chelsea fans were convinced that the forward was on his way to the club as he was omitted from Milan’s squad photograph on Wednesday. However, Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that Higuain woke up with a fever on Wednesday morning and would likely miss Milan’s clash with Juve at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. MORE: FOOTBALL Unai Emery explains in detail why he is refusing to pick Arsenal outcast Mesut Ozil Chelsea make contact with long-term target & Bundesliga star, claims agent Jose Mourinho sends message to Petr Cech after Arsenal goalkeeper announces retirement The report suggested that talks between Chelsea and Juventus have ‘accelerated in the last few hours’ regarding a winter move for Higuain. Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata, who has only scored five league goals this season, looks set to leave Chelsea after he was spotted in Spain earlier this week. Sevilla have made no secret of their interest in Morata and are closing in on a loan deal for the attacker. Higuain has come down with a fever (Picture: Getty) Sarri confirmed last week that he’s keen for two more January arrivals to boost their top-four chances. ‘As you know very well I am not in control of the transfer market,’ the Italian said. ‘In my opinion we need two players, but then it is up to the club.’ Higuain thrived under Sarri at Napoli (Picture: Getty) Gennaro Gattuso played down rumours that Higuain was on the verge of joining Chelsea ahead of Milan’s clash with Juve. ‘I hear a lot of rumours on Higuain, but he is training well, he is happy with his team-mates, he is happy with everyone,’ the Milan manager said. In this moment he is available and then we will see whether he will play the match.
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Serie A champions face Milan at the King Abdullah Sports City as they look to wrap up an eighth Super Cup title

They face AC Milan, who qualified for this final after finishing runners-up to the Old Lady in last season’s Coppa Italia.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has hit 15 goals for Juventus since his move from Real Madrid

Why is it being played in Saudi Arabia?

Italy has played its Super Cup overseas for a number of years as it looks to promote the nation’s football around the world.

Destinations as diverse as China, Libya, the USA and Qatar have all hosted the Supercoppa in recent years.

Saudi Arabia and the Italian FA have reached and agreement which will see the Middles Eastern state host three of the next five Super Cups.

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AC Milan and Juventus go head to head in Saudi Arabia

Matteo Salvini, Italy’s deputy prime minister, has criticised the decision to play the game in Saudi Arabia with some sections of the stadium reserved for men only.

He said on a Facebook Live broadcast: “That the Italian Super Cup is played in an Islamic country where women can’t go to the stadium if they’re not accompanied by men is a sadness, a rubbish, I won’t watch the game.”

And Italian journalist and politician Laura Boldrini tweeted: “Women can go to the Super Coppa Italiana stadium only if accompanied by a man. Are you kidding me?”

What is the Supercoppa Italiana?

It is effectively the Italian version of the Community Shield where the league champions face the domestic cup winners.
Juventus won the double last year, running away with the Serie A title and thrashing AC Milan 4-0 in the Coppa Italia final.
In the Community Shield, if a team wins the Premier League and FA Cup double, they play the second-placed team at Wembley.
In Italy, however, the Serie A and Coppa Italia winners take on the cup runners-up in the Supercoppa.

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