LAST UPDATED: TUESDAY, JUNE 25 2013.
Now that they have this potent marketing tool at their disposal, the Rossoneri will try to lure several key players to help their young and talented starting XI reach new levels.
This article will be continuously updated with all the latest from Italy in regards to credible rumours of who Milan could sign.
The Japanese attacking midfield currently plying his trade for CSKA Moscow has been monitored by Milan director Adriano Galliani closely for several years.
However, to acquire such a player would mean using the sales of players like Robinho, and Honda could be his direct replacement.
Agile, versatile, and creative in the opposition's half, Keisuke is just what Milan needs in their new 4-3-1-2 formation which will be instilled at the beginning of the season.
The ongoing Carlos Tevez saga took another turn this week as Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta visited Manchester to try and close the deal which would bring the City striker to the Bianconeri.
Milan has long been on his trail, but have failed to meet the €15m wanted by the English club to secure the services of the Argentine.
According to reports from the transfer market section on Il Corriere, Juventus have offered €12m for the player.