The top European clubs routinely take a look at the best Milan players, but their brass isn’t sweating the rumors and don’t have any particular concern on that front. Rafael Leao has been recently linked to PSG, but he has a long-term contract and a massive release clause. It’d be out of their hands if somebody activated it, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs (via Tuttomercatoweb).

The Portuguese is under contract till 2028 following a recent extension. Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Christian Pulisic, and Tijjani Reijnders joined last summer and will stay. Theo Hernandez and Mike Maignan are tied to them for 18 months. They’ll need new deals sooner rather than later.

Bayern Munich are reportedly after the goalkeeper and Fikayo Tomori. Milan will try to come to terms with the former before it becomes a problem, although the negotiation is challenging.

The Rossoneri will tend to several extensions once the January window is closed. Davide Calabria and Ismael Bennacer are due for it as they are part of the future plans. Instead, for different reasons, things are murkier for Simon Kjaer, Matteo Gabbia, Alessandro Florenzi, Olivier Giroud, and Luka Jovic.

Our Take on the Milan Strategy

If they complete a high-profile sale like the Sandro Tonali one, and it’s entirely possible they’ll have one each summer to bankroll multiple acquisitions, it’ll most likely be a precise choice and not something forced onto them by suboptimal contractual situations.

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