Three priorities regarding for AC Milan have emerged ahead of the upcoming summer transfer market, according to Pietro Balzano Prota.
Even though there are six crucial games left to determine whether the team will qualify for the Champions League and have access to the riches that it brings, planning is well underway for next season it seems.
According to PBP on Twitter, the Milan management have three current objectives in mind. The first is to sign centre-back Fikayo Tomori permanently from Chelsea, and the journalist adds that Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara would like to obtain a small discount on the pre-agreed option to buy figure if possible.
The second target mentioned is to sign a deputy to Zlatan Ibrahimovic now the renewal of the Swede has been officially confirmed, though no name or profile is mentioned. Finally, the management are looking sell Samu Castillejo and improve the right flank with a new winger.