AC Milan have clear ideas about what they want to do in the summer transfer window to improve the squad ahead of next season, a report claims.
The Rossoneri are closing in on securing a return to the Champions League having not played in Europe’s elite club competition since the 2013-14 season, and that would represent a sizeable step forward in the project of Elliott Management.
According to MilanNews, Milan will not carry out a revolution on the market in the summer, and there will be no crazy expenses. Instead, there will be three of four targeted additions that will be made, allowing the team to be even more competitive.
Much depends on qualifying for the Champions League and on the international ‘relaunch’ that this competition is able to provide to each participant, from an economic and prestige point of view. The report adds that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will remain to lead the team back into a competition that has always felt like home.