AC Milan Plotting Three Massive Bids After Completing Takeover
The vast amount of money from China isn't just luring some of the most high-profile names to their fledgling league but also taking over clubs.
AC Milan are set to be sold this week by Chinese investors which will put an end to Silvio Berlusconi's reign.
And with the cash injection, Milan are plotting three massive bids in the summer as they hope to mix it with the big boys domestically and in Europe.
(The Milan faithfuls are desperate to relive their glory days)
Reports indicate that Milan are eyeing up Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas, Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Villarreal's Matteo Musacchio.
Fabregas' future continues to be subject to intense transfer speculation with a host of clubs monitoring his situation.
(Despite his bit-part-role, the Spanish midfielder is attracting plenty of interest)
So does Dortmund's feared marksman, Aubameyang. The Gabon striker is frequently featured in the transfer rumour mills.
Corriere dello Sport outlines him as one of their main transfer targets once the window reopens in the summer.
(Could Aubameyang ply his trade in the Serie A?)
Musacchio has helped his side become water-tight at the back. The Spanish outfit have conceded the fewest amount of goals in the La Liga at just 18 goals.
Needless to say, the Argentine defender is being tracked by a number of clubs with Antonio Conte reportedly interested in bringing his talents to The Bridge.
(Musacchio tracking Neymar)
With the new backing, the fallen-European giants will be hoping they can reach the lofty heights of the early-2000's - consistently performing among the elites in the Champions League.
Though the players they've supposedly highlighted are in-demand so they'll have to fend off heavy competition to acquire their services.
But with the financial behemoths behind them, money shouldn't be a factor.