The AC Milan management will have a budget available to go out and strengthen the squad in January if they see fit, according to a report.
According to Corriere dello Sport (via SempreMilan.it), the fact that Milan were willing to invest €18m to sign Mehdi Taremi from Porto at the end of the window shows there was a bit of money left over out of the summer budget.
The Iranian centre-forward was close to joining the Rossoneri after a fee was agreed between the clubs, but in the end the deal did not materialise and Milan opted to sign Luka Jovic right at the end of the window from Fiorentina.
That remaining budget saved in the summer could come in handy in the winter, when Milan could need some additions to aim for the Scudetto and the Champions League.
Whether the amount directly corresponds to the same €18m figure is not known, and there is of course the possibility that the management choose not to spend in January and instead save the budget for next summer.