Much of this Summer's transfer campaign will occur between the last two weeks of August, after Milan finds out how they did in the tricky Champions League preliminaries. Expect their success in these two games to decide whether or not a big signing happens.
Here are four possible players they'll bring in before the start of the campaign.
Milan has been chasing Fiorentina for the services of 23-year-old attacker Adem Ljajic for the past month. After Milan's €8 million bid was rejected by Viola President Andrea Della Valle, expect a figure of around €10 million to suffice in order to snap up the young phenom.
Ljajic can play as a second striker, out on the wind, or as a trequartista. His versatility would greatly benefit what Max Allegri is trying to do in the offensive sector of his squad.
The Japanese playmaker is coming off a positive Confederations Cup where he shined against Italy among others.
A player who can easily slot behind the strikers, Keisuke hasn't kept it a secret that he wants to join the Italian giants, and an ongoing series of tense negotiations has ensued between Adriano Galliani and Honda's representatives.
The Honda deal is now in its final stages, according to Goal.com, and it'd be shocking if the player didn't join before the Champions League preliminaries.
Kucka is a no-nonsense type midfielder who is physically imposing and has shown off some nice skill from long range when he sets himself up for a shot.
This is one to monitor.
Having previously been at Milan with their youth team, Astori could be a much-needed component for the Rossoneri going forward.