The AC Milan was crowned champion of the A series after a great season with proper names that led the team and with a project that took the club to the top of Italian football. Paolo Maldinithe Rossoneri sporting director, is building a team that is capable of winning the UEFA Champions League again in the long term.
The rossonero set, who will be top-seeded in the UEFA Champions League group stage, know they have to make big signings to retain the Serie A title and break out internationally for next season. And Paolo Maldini has a list of three positions to reinforce with three players who fit perfectly within the transfer policy and Stefano Pioli’s game system
The 3 signings that AC Milan wants to make to fight in the Champions League
-Sven Bottomman: The Dutch center-back is a wish from Milan to reinforce the defensive rotation. The performance of Kalulu and Tomori was sensational, but the departure of Romagnoli and the unknown of Kjaer (long-term injury, will force the club to have to incorporate a central defender who can offer a leap in quality in the last line. Sven Botman comes from show important performances at Lille and is ready to make the leap to a bigger club.
-Renato Sanchez: The Portuguese has been showing significant performance at Lille and has earned a place in the Portuguese team. He is the one pointed out by the Rossoneri team to replace Franck Kessié, who will go to FC Barcelona as a free agent. He is an ideal signing for Pioli’s game system
-Marco Asensio: The Spaniard is one of Real Madrid’s discards for next season. Pioli needs a right winger who can show constant performance and make a leap in quality in attack, so Asensio is a card they want to bet heavily on. They will negotiate for him when they are reunited for the Brahim Díaz case, for whom they will request a reduction in the purchase option.