AC Milan will wait until the last few days of the transfer window to try and seal two key signings, according to a report.
MilanNews recently reported that the Rossoneri management are looking to sign the following before the window shuts: a deputy right-back, a fourth choice central midfielder, a new right winger, an attacking midfielder and a young third-choice striker.
According to Sky Italia journalist Luca Marchetti (via MilanNews), Milan are waiting for the last days of the transfer market to sign an attacking midfielder, with Josip Ilicic of Atalanta and Hakim Ziyech of Chelsea being followed.
Not only that, but they will also bide their time in recruitment a new deputy to Davide Calabria, with Diogo Dalot of Manchester United and Alvaro Odriozola the options at present. Milan have meanwhile sold Hauge to Eintracht for about €12m on the formula of a loan with option to buy.