The Rossoneri are planning summer reinforcements despite the uncertainty on their Financial Fair Play settlement and couple of players have already been singled out as the top transfer targets.
AC Milan spent a significant amount of money on new players last year which caught the attention of UEFA and will have to balance their books ahead of the next season.
As they wait for the solution of Financial Fair Play issue, the Rossoneri have been eyeing free transfers with Pepe Reina, Ivan Strinic and Ki Sung-Yueng all expected to arrive at the end of the campaign as free agents.
The Serie A giants are also planning to bolster their ranks with two flagship players and have identified Arturo Vidal and Memphis Depay as top summer targets, according to Tuttosport.
Former Juventus midfielder Vidal is said to be edging closer to Bayern Munich departure, whereas the Lyon starlet has already flirted with the idea of joining AC Milan, calling them ‘a great club and a great team with great history’.
Deals for the two players will greatly depend on the FFP decision and could be dead in the water if AC Milan receive a helfty fine which could reduce their wage budges for next season.
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