Injuries have changed AC Milan’s transfer plans but tonight’s game against Liverpool at San Siro could change them again, a report claims.
According to MilanNews, the January transfer market will depend on Milan staying in the Champions League as getting through to the knockout round will not only mean more games to factor in but will also bring more budget with which to work, and the same can be said if Milan were to enter the Europa League, because the competition could be long and there will be more money.
Directors Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara will wait for the end of the match against Jurgen Klopp’s side to clarify everything but in the meantime some targets have emerged in the centre-back pursuit, with the return of Mattia Caldara from his loan not contemplated.
Fiorentina’s Nikola Milenkovic is an option that must be followed while Bremer of Torino is very popular but the cost in January remains high, and Torino do not want to sell. Milan could also think about a centre-forward too, but also in this case we need to consider how many competitions the team will have to face.
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