Milan will reportedly look to bring in Milan Badelj and Juan Cuadrado as they attempt to strengthen their squad.
The Rossoneri have had to be patient in this summer’s transfer window due to the club’s ownership situation, but the announcement of Silvio Berlusconi’s sale to Chinese investors on Friday has paved the way for new arrivals to come in.
According to Sunday morning’s Corriere Dello Sport, the first two players San Siro CEO Adriano Galliani has his sights set on are Croatian Badelj and Colombian Cuadrado.
The Fiorentina midfielder and Chelsea winger could be available in the coming weeks, though Gazzetta Sportiva claim that the club’s transfer activity will still depend on whether or not forward Carlos Bacca leaves.
See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk