Milan Rumored to Have Healthy Budget for the Next Window

Milan will have plenty to spend in the summer, as their budget will reach the triple-digit threshold. The finances of the club are healthy, plus the certainty of the Champions League qualification and the possible Scudetto win will further add to their economic ammo.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri are putting the finishing touches on the acquisition of Sven Botman. The defender has turned down the courtships of Newcastle and West Ham. He should join in a €30M move. They made an offer to keep Alessio Romagnoli, but he remains more likely to leave than to stay.

The Italian club is also pursuing his teammate Renato Sanches, who could replace Franck Kessié. However, it is not a done deal yet. They have to negotiate his personal terms. His agent Jorge Mendes requested €6M per year, and they are unwilling to give him that much.

Milan will use the rest of their €100M summer budget to bolster their attack. They are gaining ground on Inter in the chase of Gianluca Scamacca. He would be a proper heir to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is giving serious thought to retiring. They could have an opening meeting with Sassuolo as soon as this week.

The Rossoneri are mulling over what to do with two loanees, Brahim Diaz and Junior Messias, as they have been very inconsistent. If they decided to make an investment in a supporting role, Club Brugge attackers Charles De Ketelaere and Noa Lang would be the leading candidates, the publication informs.