AC Milan officials have allocated a huge budget to support the Rossoneri during the upcoming summer transfers.
According to the Italian newspaper, La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Milan administration has allocated 100 million euros to support the team, Stefano Pioli, coach of Lombardy next summer.
The newspaper added that Milan aims to include 4 players next summer, which are Sven Putman and Renato Sanchez, the French Lille duo, and Tottenham striker Bergwijn, and Hugo Eketiki, the French star of Reims.
She added that the Milan administration plans to support Stefano Pioli with a more competitive team next season, especially in light of the success he is going through with the Rossoneri this season.
Milan is at the top of the Serie A standings for the 2021-2022 season, with 56 points.
And she added that after spending about 75 million euros to support Milan last summer, Milan is now ready to invest 100 million euros, which could increase this number if they win the Serie A title this season.
The value of the Lille midfield duo Sven Putman and Renato Sanchez is about 30 million euros, and Milan has reached advanced stages in the negotiations between the two parties, and the two deals are expected to be decided definitely next summer.
As for the duo Stephen Bergwijn, the Tottenham striker, and Hugo Eketiki, the star of Reims, they will cost Milan’s treasury 40 million euros.