Even though the January transfer window is still in full swing, the AC Milan management are planning their strategy ahead of the summer including possible exits.
As this morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) reports, there are a whole series of players who do not know if they can and will still be part of the Milan squad for the 2023-24 season, for various reasons.
That means that in the next six months several current squad members will be playing for their future at Milan, starting with the players on loan like Brahim Diaz, Sergino Dest and Aster Vranckx. At the moment, the idea that the Rossoneri management will spend the €50m need to keep all three (as per their option to buy clauses) is unthinkable.
Tiemouè Bakayoko is looking for a new club and Adana Demirspor have come in with strong interest. If he were to depart, it could open the doors to a new addition in the last few days of the current window.
Then there are players like Yacine Adli who is getting no playing time, Matteo Gabbia who could be replaced and Ante Rebic who is very inconsistent. Ciprian Tatarusanu and Antonio Mirante destined to say goodbye when their deals expire.