AC Milan are no longer in the market for a right-back as the management believes the current set of players are more than enough for Stefano Pioli. In fact, he has four players for that role.
Milan have been linked with a few right-backs this summer, such as Ivan Fresneda and Wilfried Singo, but the Rossoneri have decided to scrap any plans of signing a right-back. Not just because they have spent much already, but also because they already have many players for that role.
As highlighted by Daniele Longo, Stefano Pioli has Davide Calabria, Alessandro Florenzi, Pierre Kalulu and even Alex Jimenez at his disposal for the role. The latter arrived from Real Madrid this summer and will mainly play with the Primavera, but he could also be included in the matchday squad on a regular basis.
Instead, Milan are focused on signing a new left-back as Fode Ballo-Toure is expected to leave the club. That is certainly more urgent given that the Rossoneri really only have Theo Hernandez and Ballo-Toure for that role.