MN: Milan hatch a plan to strengthen squad without breaking the bank after spending €40m already

By Oliver Fisher -

The Milan management are working to strengthen the squad ahead of next season through a series of loan deals with purchase options, a report claims.

MilanNews writes how the effects of the pandemic are still being felt by clubs and Milan have also implemented a plan to continue improving the squad without weighing too much on the budget, after spending a combined €40m on the signings of Mike Maignan from Lille and Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea.

Three loans with option to buy are sought, and the first is Brahim Diaz from Real Madrid as the Rossoneri hope to make the most of relations with coach Carlo Ancelotti to have the player another year, this time by inserting a buy-out in the deal.

Milan are also negotiating with Manchester United for Diogo Dalot, but in this case the Premier League side wish to wait until the end of the European Championships to potentially monetise from his sale.

The third player that Milan are in talks over is Junior Firpo of Barcelona, ​​also want on loan with option to buy. For his part the Spaniard wants to leave to find more playing time, even if he would be a deputy to Theo Hernandez.

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  1. Jeremy says:

    Well. 5th place and a first rounds exit of champions league seems on the cards for next season.

    1. Juro says:

      Yup. Lol. I mean if we cannot spend 40m on a player how can we compete with other CL teams let alone some Italian teams??? Joke

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