Milan have already put in place their plan of attack for the summer transfer window, which includes three main reinforcements to strengthen the squad, according to a report.
With the Rossoneri unable to conduct any business in the January transfer window, focus has since been on summer, where there is already a plan in place to secure their desired targets.
Calciomercato.com report that Milan have identified a defender, a midfielder and an attacker in their summer plans. A contract offer is prepared for Sven Botman who is believed to prefer a move to San Siro over Newcastle, amid interest from both clubs in January.
Renato Sanches has been identified to replace Barcelona-bound Franck Kessie, with Milan optimistic about convincing the 24-year-old to join, despite interest from elsewhere.
Divock Origi will arrive in attack, having already said yes to Milan. The club are working to finalise a deal for the Belgian.