Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are using the World Cup break to plan for future transfer windows and they have spoken with an agency about two players, a report claims.
According to Calciomercato.com, the Rossoneri management are not just thinking about the January transfer market either but also the summer one, as shown by the fact they sparked up discussions with one of the biggest agencies in the world.
The dialogue that Milan have had in the past with the Stellar Group has been particularly fruitful, given they represent Sergino Dest who arrived on deadline day after a quick negotiation and they also look after the interest of Pierre Kalulu who recently renewed.
Stellar are also the representatives of Houssem Aouar who has popped up as a target, but now there are two more names that have been talked about, starting with Chelsea midfielder Loftus-Cheek.
This will not be an easy pursuit because the Blues seem increasingly willing to exercise the clause they have to trigger a renewal until 2025, but in the event of a good offer they could consider a sale, so Maldini is thinking about the Englishman in view of next season.
Attention must also be paid to the name of Jeremy Doku, currently at Stade Rennais and at the World Cup with Belgium. Massara likes the 20-year-old forward a lot and he could leave the French club for €15m.