As well as bringing fresh faces that should help strengthen the squad, AC Milan have also worked on the outgoing market by letting go of some players, either on loan or on definitive transfers.
This season promises to be difficult and long. Now, the Rossoneri are finally back in the Champions League and a lot of rotation is needed to keep the squad healthy and going in the Serie A and Coppa Italia as well.
According to Tuttosport, two players who had their futures uncertain are Rade Krunic and Alessio Romagnoli. However, coach Stefano Pioli held onto them and refused the idea to let the club managers look for an accommodation for the Italian centre-back and Bosnian midfielder.
Krunic will remain despite the arrival of Tiémoué Bakayoko in midfield while Alessio Romagnoli will stay despite his having just one year left running in his deal with Milan. Pioli wants to keep a competitive squad because a lot of rotation is needed.