What’s next for Milan?

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The club will not sell, but it has made a proposal for a loan of about €3m to the Italian Football Federation to pay off the club’s debts.

In addition, the club has agreed to extend the contract of goalkeeper Federico Marchetti until 2021.

Marchetti is contracted until 2020, meaning he has until 2019 to leave.

The 26-year-old is contracted for another three seasons, but could be offered a new deal in 2021.

The club has said it is not in a position to sell and has no intention of selling the player.

The Rossoneri are also considering the possibility of selling a number of players.

They have only just signed a number one goalkeeper in Gianluca Zambrotta, a 23-year old who has been a consistent performer since joining from Atalanta in 2013. 

The club is also considering a move for an experienced striker and has signed another player in Marco Rondomigliani, a 30-year aged striker who has played in six Champions League group stage matches.

It is expected that the Rossonerio will have to spend some of the money it earns from the sale of players to reinvest in the squad, particularly as the club was also reported to have a €3.5m loan fee with Lazio.

The Rossones could also look to recruit another attacking midfielder, with Roberto Baggio, the 26-thousandth signing of the summer, already on the club payroll.

The Giallorossi will hope that they can land a centre-forward in the January transfer window.