The split between Paolo Maldini and AC Milan has changed some of the plans that were in place for the summer transfer window, a report claims.
According to a report from La Repubblica (via MilanNews), the sacking of Maldini and sporting director Ricky Massara has derailed the plans for the summer window that the duo had been working on for the last few weeks.
While the arrival of Daichi Kamada on a free transfer from Eintracht Frankfurt does not seem at risk because the new management approve of the operation too, there are three targets over whom negotiations will now stop.
Sassuolo winger Domenico Berardi, Bologna striker Marko Arnautovic and Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic were all being spoken about by Maldini and Massara, but are not targets any more.
Brahim Diaz will return to Real and the ‘integrated working group’ that will take over Maldini’s responsibilities will have to make the transfer market with a budget of €35m plus the proceeds from sales.