AC Milan are expected to make quite a few changes to their squad this summer after an underwhelming second half of the season in Serie A. In fact, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have already initiated the plan.
Milan secured a top-four finish with the 1-0 win against Juventus last night, courtesy of a brilliant Olivier Giroud header. The season has certainly been disappointing in the league, though, which is why reinforcements are expected this summer.
Peppe Di Stefano of Sky Italia, as cited by TheMilanZone, spoke about the Rossoneri’s situation and made it clear that a revolution is more or less expected. And that’s ultimately because the depth proved to be lacking this season.
“It will be a summer with a numerical revolution, I can say that for sure without the fear of contradiction. Many will leave, many will arrive. The famous budget will tell if Milan will be able to buy well or, as always, go to young players: it depends on the company policy,” he stated.
We wrote a lengthy piece about Milan’s budget for the summer on our Substack, which you can read here, in which we broke down the figures. Milan have a Settlement Agreement to follow, which complicates the situation, but we painted a scenario to explain it all in the best way possible.