Craig Burley breaks down what Gonzalo Higuain will offer Chelsea that Alvaro Morata couldn't during his time at Stamford Bridge.
Gonzalo Higuain has hit back at criticism he is a mercenary for deciding to cut short his loan spell at AC Milan and join Chelsea until the end of the season.
Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini — an outspoken Milan supporter — said in an interview with RTL radio on Monday: "I'm glad that Higuain has gone and I hope we'll never see him again in Milan because he really behaved in an unworthy manner. I don't like mercenaries in politics or football."
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