The Rossoneri are working on different options that allow them to improve their performance for the second half of the season without the need to make too high investments in winter.
AC Milan are not seeing their effort rewarded with good results. Because of that, the squad directed by Vincenzo Montella are Seventh in the table for the scudetto, the Rossoneri have thirteen points of difference from the now the serie A leader and his next rival Napoli.
This situation, means that if the Lombard team will not reach to qualify for the next edition of the Champions League (with the considerable economic damage that this implies) could result in the departure of some of the most important pieces during the next summer. Suso, Donnarumma and Bonaventura could be on the list of possible departures in case the team doesn’t reach the next edition of the Champions league.
Meanwhile, there are some speculations of several names that could reinforce the team next January. But due to the high amount spent in the last transfer market the rossoneri aren’t evaluating more high value signings, and they would work with the low cost formula.
According to Corriere dello sport, there are three names that Massimiliano Mirabelli could negotiate this winter. The first is the 27-year-old Italian defender Giulio Donati, a footballer who currently defends the colors of Mainz 05 in Germany. Donati have played so far 13 matches for the German club.
The other two options on the table comes from the Premier League in England, the ex Juventus defender Angello Ogbonna(29) of Whest Ham United and the Italian striker Stefano Okaka(28) who is currently playing for Watford.
We would have to wait until the next winter break to see how Mirabelli and Fassone are going to evaluate the possible departures and next arrivals for the Rossoneri.
Three possible low cost targets for winter’s market