Milan’s plan for the future is beginning to take shape, a report claims, and the budget available to Ralf Rangnick has been decided.
The Rossoneri will get their Serie A campaign back underway on Monday night as they face Lecce, but with 12 games still to play it appears most of the headlines are already about next season and the imminent revolution this summer.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport on Sunday (via Calciomercato.it), the club’s owners Elliott Management Corporation along with CEO Ivan Gazidis have already made the decision to proceed with Rangnick and have planned the budget he will have available for the upcoming window.
The figure the German will have to work with is €75million, plus half of the proceeds from any sales. The probable farewell of Ibrahimovic means that a new centre-forward will be a priority, with Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic among the main targets.
Then it will depend on the sales; e.g. if Donnarumma were sold then a goalkeeper would be needed, while a revolution is expected in midfield.