AC Milan want to secure at least seven signings between now and the end of the transfer window, but they will not rush or overpay in any operation.
Calciomercato.com writes how the strategy outlined by the owners Elliott Management is clear: the Rossoneri will focus on loan moves that have an eye to the future, in order not to waste liquidity and so the staff can evaluate each player with time and attention.
Maldini and Massara are not in a hurry, but their well-defined plans involving completing at least six signings by the end of the market, regardless of any exits. Brahim Diaz and Diogo Dalot could both still return on loan with option to buy, but the only departments that are in place are the goalkeepers and central defenders.
A new left-back and right-back will arrive, at least two central midfielders should join, plus at least one attacking midfielder to replace Calhanoglu, a winger for the right and a striker given the two-month recovery of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Many names, many possibilities, a single common denominator: no rushing.