Although Scudetto celebrations are still ongoing, the management of AC Milan are planning for what will be a huge summer with regards to the future of the club.
MilanNews report that there will be a meeting with between the RedBird Capital fund and Elliott Management to accelerate the transfer of ownership, but the latter will remain with a minority stake because they do not want to completely let go of Milan having become invested both from a resources point of view but also sentimentally.
The Singer family will continue to be there with their representatives in the club to ensure continuity in the project from a business point of view, offering a sort of guarantee to fans that things will not veer much from the current virtuous path.
In terms of signings, striker Divock Origi is ready to land in Milan and he will join on a free when his deal with Liverpool runs out, and then it will be the turn of Lille duo Sven Botman and Renato Sanches, but we will probably have to wait for the change of owners first.
Then, the management want to sign a strong attacking winger for the right flank to improve the squad even more, one which has grown visibly in the last two years.