Having appointed Vincenzo Montella, Milan can begin their transfer strategy, targeting Adem Ljajic, Piotr Zielinski and Fernando.
The Rossoneri are hoping to put the months of uncertainty behind them with news that ex-Sampdoria boss Montella will be their new Coach.
According to Sky Sport Italia, they are now targeting several reinforcements.
These include Udinese-owned Zielinski, who spent this season on loan at Empoli.
The Poland international is at Euro 2016 and was supposedly on the verge of joining Liverpool after turning down a move to Napoli.
Another more likely candidate is Ljajic, who worked with Montella at Fiorentina.
He is owned by Roma and was on loan at Inter, who have decided not to buy him outright.
The Serbia international winger had been tipped to reunite with Sinisa Mihajlovic at Torino, but the deal is not done yet.
Sampdoria midfielder Fernando was reportedly going to join Spartak Moscow, but could be talked into remaining in Serie A with Montella’s new club.