AC Milan could be set for a flurry of activity in the final days of the market depending on their Europa League fate, a report claims.
The Rossoneri have already signed Sandro Tonali and Brahim Diaz as well as having renewed Zlatan Ibrahimovic and secured a permanent deal for Ante Rebic this summer, but the finishing touches are needed to complete the squad.
According to Anto Vitiello’s latest for MilanNews, Milan’s market will depend a lot on the Europa League preliminaries. If the Rossoneri were to win their three qualifying rounds and enter the group stage, there could be four red-hot days in October, with the market shutting on the 5th.
The final game – the Play-Off round – is scheduled for 1 October and if Milan were to reach the group stages they would have extra guaranteed revenue to strengthen the midfield and other roles such as possibly right-back, especially because they would have more games to play during the 2020-21 season.
For this reason the negotiation for Tiemoue Bakayoko has not completely evaporated but is currently on standby. There is still economic difference but in the end a solution could be found.