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AC Milan returned to European football, earning a place in next season's Europa League after finishing in sixth place in Serie A.
But in order to well and truly get the club back in the big-time, Milan are going to have to spend big this summer.
The San Siro club were recently sold by Silvio Berlusconi to Chinese consortium Rossoneri Sport Investment Lux for €740 million and the new owners have already been moving swiftly in the transfer market.
Not only did coach Vincenzo Montella put pen to paper on a new contract, the Rossoneri have confirmed two signings in recent times.
Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio was the first to sign, while the club also beat a number of top European clubs to secure the signature of in-demand Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie.
And a third signing is set to be wrapped up imminently, with Swiss left-back Ricardo Rodriguez, who has been linked with a move to the Premier League in the past, joining the club from German side Wolfsburg.
Rodriguez has already flew in to Milan for a medical, and one would expect an official announcement to be on the way very soon.
Here's how Twitter reacted to news of a third signing for AC:
Mateo Musacchio, Franck Kessie & Ricardo Rodriguez signed before June 10th. Milan is officially back, finally.- Luca LaPorta (@Luca_LaPorta) June 6, 2017
AC Milan signing Kessie and Musacchio with Morata and Ricardo Rodriguez looking likely... #Milan are coming back :red_circle::black_circle::punch:- Steve Goggin (@stevegoggin) June 7, 2017
AC Milan are set to announce the signing of Swiss full-back Ricardo Rodriguez for a fee of £15m. pic.twitter.com/2XMWZcF86L- TransferNewsCentral (@TransferNewsCen) June 7, 2017
Mateo Musacchio :white_check_mark:- TheMilanBible (@TheMilanBible) June 7, 2017
Montella's contract renewal :white_check_mark:
Franck Kessie :white_check_mark:
Storari's contract renewal :white_check_mark:
Ricardo Rodriguez :white_check_mark:
The new Milan makin moves! pic.twitter.com/aKGtcAwCYK
What a week it would be if Milan can close both Ricardo Rodriguez and Andrea Conti... Biglia in the mix too- Everything Milan (@EverythingMilan) June 6, 2017
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