Ahead of next season, Milan are scanning the market as they want to improve the squad, although a lot will depend on Champions League qualifications. The majority of the deals could be for the attack, a report claims.
As reported by Sky Italia (via MilanLive), the future of several Rossoneri players is uncertain, including Hakan Calhanoglu and Brahim Diaz. Milan are in negotiations with the former and would also like to keep the latter.
Samu Castillejo and Mario Mandzukic, meanwhile, are destined to leave the club this summer and that means Milan will have to replace them. A right-winger, an attacking midfielder and a striker could thus arrive. Champions League will be crucial to decide the budget.
Should they fail to finish top four, then a low-cost signing could be the solution and Olivier Giroud has been mentioned as an option in recent days. For the right-wing position, Toulouse talent Amine Adli has been mentioned.