AC Milan’s revolution began in the summer transfer window and can be expected to continue for the next two, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
In total, six players came through the doors at Casa Milan over the summer mercato; namely Theo Hernandez, Rade Krunic, Rafael Leao, Ismael Bennacer, Leo Duarte and finally Ante Rebic on deadline day.
The aforementioned sextuplet cost a total of €95million comprising of €90m on the first five plus the €5m loan fee for Rebic.
Meanwhile, Patrick Cutrone left for Wolves in a deal believed to be worth €18m and Andre Silva moved to Eintracht Frankfurt on loan.
Di Marzio (via @MilanEye) states that Milan have ‘revolutionised’ their squad over the offseason but have done so while staying within Financial Fair Play parameters.
A net spend of €59million has allowed the Rossoneri to build a core for the future, the Sky Italia journalist adds, and the revolution ‘is expected to continue in the upcoming January and summer windows’.