AC Milan are working on deals for four more players after they secured an agreement with Liverpool forward Divock Origi, a report claims.
As has been reported by Corriere della Sera (via Milan News) today, Milan are happy to have secured an agreement with Origi even if the deal has not been made official yet.
Given the takeover of the club was officially announced Wednesday morning, focus can turn more readily now towards their other transfer dealings over the summer.
There are four players in particular that the Rossoneri would like to give to Stefano Pioli to arm him for the defence of the Serie A title next season.
Two of them play for French side Lille and they are centre back Sven Botman and midfielder Renato Sanches.
There is also Charles De Ketelaere at Club Brugge who is of interest as well as Sassuolo striker Gianluca Scamacca. It is unclear whether signing one of the two forwards on that list may end the interest in the other.