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AC Milan Will Likely Look To Get Three Players Out In The January Transfer Window

Milan will ship out the excess players as they should but key reinforcements are vital.

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MilanNews.it are reporting that AC Milan will once again look to clean up shop in the January transfer window as they have done so often since Elliot Management took over. The club has no patience for players who are not considered essential anymore and the report notes that three such players have been identified for the upcoming window.

Two South American centre backs in Mateo Musacchio and Leo Duarte look certain to be on their way out in light of their recent snubs in favour of youngster Pierre Kalulu who had no professional appearances to his name when debuting and holding the CB spot a few weeks ago. The duo will likely leave permanently and on a loan respectively.

Youngster Lorenzo Colombo also looks likely to leave on loan as he has not been able to make as much of an impact as needed thus far. Milan will likely get a striker to back up Ibrahimovic hence he will leave to ensure he gets sufficient game time. The Primavera product is a huge prospect but needs time to grow and gain confidence first.