He AC Milan is preparing an ambitious plan for the next summer transfer market, in case they manage to qualify for the next edition of the UEFA Champions League.
The objective is to carry out a small revolution in the squad for the 2023/24 season.
Milan’s plan for the transfer market if they manage to qualify for the Champions League
One of the key points of the plan is to confirm the departures of several players. Among them are Tatarusanu, Mirante, Dest, Bakayoko, Vranchx, Origi, Ibra, and Rebic. These players have failed to make a significant impact on the team and are expected to find their way to new destinations in search of more minutes and opportunities.
Furthermore, AC Milan must make an important decision regarding Brahim Díaz. The Spanish player, on loan from Real Madrid, has left good impressions during his time at the Italian club. However, his loan comes to an end in the summer and there is a possibility that he will return to the Merengue team if an agreement is not reached between the two clubs for his permanent signing. AC Milan’s sports management will carefully evaluate this situation and will seek to ensure the continuity of Brahim Díaz in the team.
Regarding the incorporations, AC Milan has in mind to sign two midfielders, a midfielder and a young center forward. These positions are considered key to strengthening the team and raising its competitive level. The club will look for players that fit the style of play and the philosophy of the team, with the aim of strengthening all lines and having a balanced squad.
The summer transfer window will be crucial for AC Milan as the club looks to remain among the elite of European football and compete successfully both domestically and in the Champions League. The board is working hard to carry out the necessary changes and build a solid and competitive team for next season.