AC Milan have four market objectives that they wish to complete after the signing of Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea, according to a report.
MilanNews writes how Milan are one of the few teams in Europe to have invested more than €40m this summer after the purchases of Mike Maignan for €13m plus €2m bonuses and the permanent arrival of Fikayo Tomori for €28m. However, the management are still active and are looking to resolve three loan cases and another possible purchase.
Milan will try to close at least one of the Brahim Diaz, Junior Firpo or Diogo Dalot operations next week, and all three negotiations will be based on the formula of a loan with option to buy. The most likely to be completed quickly is the Diaz deal, thanks to the good relations with Real Madrid.
Regarding Junior Firpo there is the resistance of Barcelona on the formula but the player has asked to leave and to move to Milan. Finally, Dalot would be happy to come back to Milan but Manchester United would like to try to monetise with a sale before granting a new loan.
The Sandro Tonali case has become complicated because Milan want a further discount on the option to buy that expired on June 16, but now the negotiations continue indefinitely until a solution is found. The Rossoneri want to spend another €10m while sending Olzer the other way, thus saving a total of €15m.