AC Milan were the second-biggest spenders in Serie A over the summer with regards to net spend as Roma led the way.
As ACMaldini documents on Twitter via a graphic, Milan’s summer transfer window saw them generate just €3.5m in income through the sale of Diego Laxalt to Dynamo Moscow in Russia. They spent €72.7m on a total of 11 incoming operations.
Mike Maignan, Fikayo Tomori, Sandro Tonali, Brahim Diaz, Fode Ballo-Toure, Olivier Giroud, Alessandro Florenzi, Pietro Pellegri and Tiemoue Bakayoko all came through the door, as did Yacine Adli and Junior Messias on deadline day, thus totalling over €70m.
This gives the Rossoneri a net spend of €69.2m, and only Roma had higher with €95.5m as they spent €97.8m and received €2.2m. Inter generated the most income at €197.1 and had a net spend of €-161.m as they spent €36m of their proceeds.
Meanwhile, Napoli’s net spend was €10.1m, Atalanta’s was €27.1m, Juventus stand at €-0.5m and Lazio at €5.2m.