Moncada prepares as transfer window will officially open tomorrow – key dates

By Isak Möller -

The 2024 summer transfer window will officially open tomorrow and AC Milan are expected to be quite busy. While June was a rather quiet month, this should change as we enter July with several targets on the Rossoneri’s radar. 

A few departures were confirmed in June, such as Charles De Ketelaere’s move to Atalanta, and Milan also redeemed Alex Jimenez from Real Madrid. However, there were no fireworks and the fans are now eagerly awaiting some signings.

The transfer window will open tomorrow, July 1st, and will remain open until August 30 at 20:00 CEST. This is slightly earlier than in recent years, with last year’s window closing on September 1, but there is still plenty of time for the clubs to make signings.

Tomorrow, Milan will officially be able to trigger the release clause of Joshua Zirkzee, with negotiations still ongoing with his agent. Man Utd are also keeping tabs on the situation and could challenge the Rossoneri, which would be far from ideal.

Milan are planning to make at least one signing per department, with right-back, defensive midfielder and centre-forward being the prioritised positions. It remains to be seen if they will succeed, but they already have a list of targets for each position.

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18 Comments

  1. This management looking like a 12 yo kid playing a FIFA career on playstation forgetting to take his adderall treatment…

    1. I don’t know how 12-year-old gamers these days look like but I’m still pretty sure they don’t grow beards and dress up in suits.

  2. Inter already have Taremi and Zielinski while extending with Barella and Martinez.

    Juventus have Luiz Douglas and are finalising for K. Thuram while selling off the deadwood that is Kean.

    Us? Well chill folks, mercato only starts tomorrow. There’s still plenty of time for acquisitions and extentions.

    1. Still, Juventus and Inter doesn’t have balanced books. Inter approaching players on free transfer because they don’t have money to invest. And still all players without contracts are those who can’t be selled tomorrow if they got stuck and on quite massive salaries .

      Milan still on market doing excellent job. Selling De Ketelaere showed how much more easier is to rid of flop player who was prepaid season before.

      New year by year we can expect stronger team ac milan.

      1. Who gives a fu*k about the books. It’s actually even more pathetic, that Milan with stable books is pinching pennies and literally selling off what little reputation we have left..

        At least the crocks and merde are acting like football giants, we’re acting like a midtable club

        1. People have short memories. Less than half a decade ago we were banned from European matches due to bad finances. Let’s get back into that, eh?

          1. Two years ago this club won a Scudetto and one year ago this club was in UCL semifinals. Then this management spent more than 100M last summer to finish Serie A with +5 pts compared to a year ago and I don’t even need to compare European competitions, we all know how it went. First move this summer? A new coach in the new tradition of sustainability.

          2. and inter aren’t getting banned aren’t they ?
            They’re supposed to be in “crisis” while they already renewed to Barella and Martinez with 9M€ each and secured some transfers already while we, the “financially stable” club, doesn’t seem to be willing to renew to Theo for 8M€ and are always looking for a discount even for cheap players.

      2. Supporters should simply be supporters. We’re not accountant. Nor we’re paid by the club to audit the book. We should care more about on field performance rather than off field kpi. We should care more about their motivation to strengthen the team rather than improving the balance. All in all, we should care about the sporting side rather than the business side.

      3. Supporters should simply be supporters. We’re not accountant. Nor we’re paid by the club to audit the book. We should care more about on field performance rather than off field kpi. We should care more about their motivation to strengthen the team rather than improving the balance. All in all, we should care about the sporting side rather than the business side.

      4. Oh the books the books, ffs, are you a football suporter?
        Why are our rivalas who are in “trouble” able to attract top talent and extend star players? Because they have some understanding of what it takes to win!

  3. CDK’s gone 🙏. Now let’s shift Origi, Balo, Pobega and get this party started. Maybe some kind of But Two Get One Free deal would work.

    1. Yes. When you realise, now, biggest Milan problem is Origi, and Balo Toure, and just if we remember couple season ago…

  4. I really appreciate that our management is able to keep things confidential, and if they are standing firm on how they do business, I really like that about them too. My dream signing for this team would be Julian Alvarez from City.

  5. Thought Inter in crisis, but I was wrong. Will they sold the Elephant in the room (Pulisic)? That guy gets too hype from Goal.com, despite his inconsistencies, I quit that site, because of stalkers lol

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