AC Milan, one of the biggest household names in football history, and one of the top best teams in the Italian Serie A have qualified for the UEFA Champions League group stages next season and this will be the first time they will be achieving this feat in as long as eight years, having last done so back in 2013. Since then, they have been ensuring disappointing seasons in the Serie A that have seen them either miss out on European football or only make it to the group stages of the UEFA Europa League.
According to reports, the Milan outfit are moving swiftly to handle their businesses early into the transfer window and have already opened talks with English Premier League side Chelsea over the permanent transfer of Fikayo Tomori. The England international defender spent the just-concluded season on loan at the San Siro from the Blues and the Italian giants are willing to make the deal a permanent one.
They have an option to seal the permanent deal for €28 million and have now opened talks to get it over the line. Diogo Dalot, another defender on loan at the club from English side, Manchester United is also under the radar of the Italian giants and they are also working to sign the Portugal international right-back on another loan transfer.
That’s not all, the club also want to extend the contracts of Hakan Calhanoglu and Gianluigi Donnaruma in the coming days as well.