Massimiliano Mirabelli has practically closed the signing of Ivan Strinic and Pepe Reina for free but he is looking at another two players that could join them at Milan.
After closing a deal for Ivan Strinic and making important steps forward for Pepe Reina, Massimiliano Mirabelli is waiting to know the exact budget at his disposal for the next summer transfer window. Meanwhile he is evaluating other players available for free that could be useful for AC Milan next season. In particular, the Milanese sports director has set his sights on Ivan Marcano and Ki Sung-Yong, who are out of contract in June, respectively with Porto and Swansea.
According to Tuttosport Marcano could join AC Milan to take the place of Mateo Musacchio: purchased last summer for 18 million euros from Villarreal, the Argentine defender is featuring rarely in the first team since the arrival of Gattuso and therefore it will be difficult for him to accept another year in the Rossoneri without playing. Marcano is a regular starter with Porto and securing an experienced player like him for free could be a great signing for the red and blacks.
Regarding the midfield, Mirabelli is following with great attention Ki Sung-Yong, central midfielder of Swansea and South Korean international. With Sung-Yong the Rossoneri director has already worked at the time of Sunderland. His possible arrival at Milanello could have an important impact not only on the pitch but also in terms of marketing, given that a Korean has never set foot at AC Milan and that the area is of great interest for those who, at Casa Milan, must take care of club revenues.