LAST UPDATED: SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 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.
Milan have loaned out 19-year-old striker Kingsley Boateng to Catania for next season.
Boateng showed glimpses of brilliance in the ICC in the United States. He'll look to play for a Catania side expected to be in the upper half of the table.
According to the transfer market section on La Gazzetta, Genoa President Enrico Preziosi has said that Milan will keep M'Baye Niang because neither Keisuke Honda or Adem Ljajic has been purchased.
The Rossoneri could use a player like Niang, who was in scintillating form in the ICC tournament against the Los Angeles Galaxy.
Niang already figures to be a starter in Milan's first Champions League qualifier match against PSV, where he can slot in as a right winger to give his team width and speed.
According to reports from the Transfer Market section on La Gazzetta, Milan are looking to bring back striker Marco Borriello.
The Italian hitman last played with the Rossoneri in 2010, when he managed 14 league goals before being sent to Capital side Roma.
Despite having a decent season last term with Genoa, the 31-year-old would only be a stopgap option until Giampaolo Pazzini comes back from injury.