The Blues star arrived in England only last summer after reaching Monaco for 39.8 million pounds. But Bakayoko has struggled with Antonio Conte during his debut season in England, and it seems that Maurizio Sarri does not want to give a second chance to Ivoriano at Stamford Bridge. According to Di Marzio, Bakayoko will come down to Italy this evening, before making a doctor in Milan on Monday morning. "Tiemoue Bakayoko is ready to become a new player in Milan," he wrote on his website. "Only the last details are missing, with the Ivorian ready to leave in the next few hours." case of arrival in the evening. "Sarri clarified his ideas on the size of his team before the 3-0 victory over Huddersfield, claiming he still needed to move a couple of stars from the first team." Now I think the team is too big, "he told reporters." Some players have to borrow. I do not know who he is at the moment. "I'd rather have 23 or 24 players and three or four very young players, not more." Bakayoko would be "devastated" that Sarri did not see him as part of his first team plans this term. Milan has endured financial problems this summer but still hopes to strengthen his team to challenge the title of Serie A. The team azzurra has recently lost captain Leonardo Bonucci, returned to Juventus, but has received the striker Gonzalo Higuain in return. Bakayoko has until the end of August to finalize his transfer to Milan due to an extended transfer window for most European championships.