The Spaniard has been a starting player for Chelsea since the middle of February.
He has made the chance to impress count, with three goals in four match. Alonso was linked with a transfer away in January, with the Daily Mail saying Nerazzurri were the most interested party.
And Italian newspaper Tuttosport report that the Italian side’s interest has not waned. The Spaniard netted two goals for the Blues in their 2-2 draw versus Bournemouth on Saturday After grabbing the opener, Frank Lampard�s side were hit by goals from Joshua King and Jefferson Lerma.
But the defender’s last effort found the net for an equaliser on the south coast. And Marcos was in the line-up for Chelsea’s 2-0 win against Liverpool in the FA Cup. Brazil star Willian smashed the ball into Adrian whose gaffe opened the account for the London side. Ross Barkley’s incredible run then sealed the next stage on the hour. But the star of the show was talented Billy Gilmour, who was hailed by head coach Lampard.
Speaking after the match, he said: “What an incredible performance from a young player against the best team in the land. People might look at him and see he’s quite slight (but) he’s huge in personality. He’s a throwback to the days of midfielders as I grew up, when people said ‘can you put your foot in?, Yes.
“Can you make angles always to get the ball?’, Yes. “Can you play the right pass and pick the simple one at the right time?�, Yes, and he’s got all that.”