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One of Milan's priorities this summer is to sort out who will be the man between the sticks next season.
Christian Abbiati has been a loyal servant for the Rossoneri, but his time might be coming to a close with his contract set to expire in a matter of months.
While Abbiati has hardly been a liability, it is definitely a position that the Diavoli could upgrade in, and there remain a plethora of options at their disposal.
Gabriel, currently third in the pecking order at the San Siro, behind Abbiati and Marco Amelia, is surely not experienced enough, despite some action for Brazil at the Olympics last year.
Mattia Perin, on loan at Pescara but currently a Genoa player, is a goalkeeper that many feel will eventually end up at the San Siro, but the Azzurrini star has hardly shined for the Delfini this year, and more experience is needed before stepping up to a club of Milan's stature.
Julio Cesar has been linked with a move to Milan, according to Football Italia. The club were quick to deny any interest, but I feel that this is a move worth keeping an eye on. After all, we should never trust Milan after repeatedly refuting their interest in Mario Balotelli.