Milan club directors are aiming for a some important reinforcements in the next summer transfer market window. Attack and defence are the departments on which they will mainly focus their efforts.
While Alessandro Buongiorno remains the true big dream (considering that Simon Kjaer could leave at the end of the current season when his contract expires), the Rossoneri are active on other fronts as well. And even on some free transfer deals.
In this direction, the first name on the list remains Lloyd Kelly from Bournemouth, whom Milan had already tried to bring to Italy in the winter window without success due to the English club’s resistance to parting with such an important player during the season.
The Rossoneri management remains in pursuit but also has an alternative in Tosin Adarabioyo from Fulham, who will become a free agent at the end of the season. In short, two profiles to be closely monitored, as reported by Niccolò Ceccarini for tuttomercato.