AC Milan got the job done against Atalanta on Sunday night to secure a return to the Champions League after a seven-year absence.
As Calciomercato.com reports, an extra €50m will enter the club’s coffers and that allows the Rossoneri to have a rather exciting summer transfer window. Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara have already obtained the green light from Fikayo Tomori and the first move will be to buy him permanently from Chelsea for €28m.
There is great optimism that Brahim Diaz could stay on loan for another year from Real Madrid, while the club will talk with Manchester United about Diogo Dalot. The Portuguese defender would like to stay and Milan would gladly keep him, but on one condition: United must accept a new loan with option to buy, which seems difficult.
A €25-30m striker will arrive, of the Andrea Belotti mould. New contacts with Toulouse are expected to try and sign Amine Adli for €10m for the right wing while the track that leads to Josip Iiclic is always alive as the player wants the move.