Milan are reportedly planning to bring three players in January, but Cesc Fabregas of Chelsea may prove too expensive.
The Rossoneri are in the midst of a takeover, with Chinese consortium Sino-Europe Sports buying the club from Silvio Berlusconi and his holding company, Fininvest.
As a result, there was very little investment in the summer transfer window, but Vincenzo Montella has still been able to guide the team to third in Serie A.
Now Corriere dello Sport is reporting that the Diavolo are targeting a centre-back, a creative midfielder and a winger in January.
In defence, Mateo Musacchio remains the number one target after a deal collapsed over the summer, while Milan Badelj is expected to join from Fiorentina.
Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas would be the dream midfield reinforcement, but his wages are prohibitive so Badelj is the more likely target.
For the wing, Karim Bellarabi of Bayer Leverkusen is the top target, as he’s admired by both Montella and incoming sporting director Massimo Mirabelli.