La Gazzetta dello Sport reported on their front page that the AC Milan club have a decent sum for the transfer market window: 100 million euros to reinforce the team.
The club managers Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara will start with the purchase of Renato Sanches who is very close to joining the red and black faithful, as we told you already. The Portuguese star could cost the club even around 15 million euros.
The player's teammate Sven Botman is also still on the club's radar. His pricetag is set at around 30 million euros. But, the Rossoneri must pay attention to the insertion of Paris Saint-Germain. Torino's Gleison Bremer is also in the background, but he'd cost more than the Dutchman.
AC Milan's mercato targets for the attacking midfield:
To reinforce the team of Stefano Pioli in that area, Paolo Maldini's idea is Charles De Ketelaere. He is the first goal on the list and may cost 35 million euros. Nicolo Zaniolo is also a profile on the agenda but he would cost more than that. But Milan might try to send AS Roma an offer of 25 million euros with the inclusion of Ante Rebic or his teammate Alexis Saelemaekers.
The other name to reinforce the attacking department is the left-winger who can also play more centrally as a playmaker Noa Lang, the teammate of Charles de Ketelaere at Club Brugge. A deal may cost 20 million euros for the 22-year-old Dutchman.
Then, there is always Divock Origi. The player's arrival is a done deal and should arrive by next week.