After a disastrous last few weeks that have seen multiple objectives vanish for AC Milan, the management have been left to reflect on many aspects of their operations.
Calciomercato.com writes that one of these aspects is the 2022 summer signings and their lack of impact so far. A positive note is Malick Thiaw who has played little but always in situations of great difficulty and has shown himself to be reliable, so he should get more chances.
Despite a first season will has been difficult in terms of adapting to a new club and a new country, Charles De Ketelaere still enjoys the full trust of Ricky Massara and Paolo Maldini, so there is no chance of him being put up for sale this summer.
It is a very different speech for Sergino Dest, whose future will most likely be at Barcelona given that he has a €20m option to buy and has so far not done enough to impress. Aster Vranckx also has a slim chance of staying at Milan, given his option to buy is set at €12m.
It is also worth paying attention to the situations of Yacine Adli and Divock Origi as both are not certian to still be at the club next season.