Milan bought one 18-year-old and said goodbye to three players.
The Rossoneri are currently in third place in Serie A, and despite the (failed) attempts of the management to get players like Lille’s Sven Botman and Renato Sanches, the squad of Stefano Pioli has stayed pretty much the same, with the exception of four transfers that were completed.
18-year-old Marko Lazetić joined from Crvena zvezda to act as the third-choice striker behind Zlatan Ibrahimović and Olivier Giroud. Other than the Serbian, no one arrived.
The full list of arrivals can be found below, with the transfer fees as they were reported in the media:
|Player Name||Role||Age||Arrived From||Details (fees unconfirmed)|
|Marko Lazetić||Forward||18||FK Crvena zvezda||Permanent deal, 4.5-year contract, €4m + €1m bonuses|
Milan sent away three players: Andrea Conti headed to Sampdoria to try and revive his career, while the loan of Pietro Pellegri was cut short and he was sent from Monaco to Torino. Finally, 4th choice goalkeeper Alessandro Plizzari went to Lecce on loan to be their back-up goalie. Samu Castillejo nearly left and then stayed and then nearly then and then stayed, so he remains in the squad.
The full list of exits can be found below, with the transfer fees as they were reported in the media:
|Player Name||Role||Age||Went To||Details (fees unconfirmed)|
|Pietro Pellegri||Forward||20||Monaco/Torino||Terminated loan|
|Alessandro Plizzari||Goalkeeper||21||Lecce||Six-month loan deal|