Milan signed one player, and sent away a few on different types of loan deals, in a rather boring mercato.

The Rossoneri chose for another year to be pretty quiet on the January market, only signing a single player and bringing in another player by cutting short his loan spell, despite the injury crisis in defense that coach Stefano Pioli is dealing with.

20-year-old Filippo Terracciano joined the club from Hellas Verona on a permanent basis to give Milan more options on the wings. Terracciano has had two appearances for the Diavolo so far, featuring in the 1-2 defeat to Atalanta in the Coppa Italia and in the 2-2 draw with Bologna. Meanwhile, Matteo Gabbia returned from his loan spell at Villarreal.

The full list of arrivals can be found below, with the transfer fees as they were reported in the media:

Player NameRoleAgeArrived FromDetails (fees unconfirmed)
Filippo TerraccianoDefender20Hellas VeronaPermanent deal, 4.5-year contract, €4.5m
Matteo GabbiaDefeneder24VillarrealReturned from loan

Milan sent away two players: Rade Krunić got his wish and moved to Fenerbahçe, while Luka Romero will look for minutes at Almería in the second half of the season. The loan spells of Daniel Maldini and Devis Vásquez were cut short, and they found new homes at Monza and Ascoli respectively.

Meanwhile, Marco Pellegrino has moved to Salernitana on a loan deal until the end of the season, while Chaka Traorè is now a player of Palermo, and could remain their permanently should they exercise their buy-out option.

The full list of exits can be found below, with the transfer fees as they were reported in the media:

Player NameRoleAgeWent ToDetails (fees unconfirmed)
Daniel MaldiniForward22MonzaSix-month loan deal
Rade KrunićMidfielder30FenerbahçeLoan with obligation to buy under certain conditions, €5m including bonuses
Devis VásquezGoalkeeper25AscoliSix-month loan deal
Luka RomeroForward19AlmeríaSix-month loan deal
Marco PellegrinoDefender21SalernitanaSix-month loan deal
Chaka TraorèForward19PalermoSix-month loan deal with option to buy for €8m plus bonuses, 15% resale
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