AC Milan Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of February 3
As the January transfer window winds down to a close, it's worth looking at the progress of the new signings as well as stories that could develop ahead of the summer.
New signings have already made their mark on the team and will continue to be integrated as they get more acquainted with the coach and their new teammates.
Here's all the latest on Milan's signings.
Last updated: Saturday, February 8.
On-Loan Striker Arrested
M'Baye Niang's woes continue, as he has been arrested after lying about a car accident and resisting arrest, accoring to Football Italia.
Even though the young Frenchman was hitting his stride, a disciplinary problem of this sort could sway Milan's opinion on what they might do with him at the end of the season.
Niang in Trouble
M'Baye Niang is in trouble once again.
The Milan striker who was just loaned to Montpellier smashed his Ferrari against a tree, even though it's unclear who was driving the vehicle, according to a report from the Daily Mail.
Niang has scored three goals in four Ligue 1 appearances with his new club, sending a strong signal to Clarence Seedorf that he could very well be in the future plans for the Rossoneri.
Milan to Sign Agazzi?
Agazzi will be out of contract with the Sardinian club this summer and would follow a long list of transfers that have been signed by Milan at the end of their contract.
Adil Rami Has Best Game for Milan
Adil Rami had his best game for Milan when they took on Torino at the weekend. With his new haircut finely quaffed, the hulking Frenchman displayed his brute presence at the back with a few thundering tackles on Torino players.
The goal was just the cherry on top of the cake for Rami, who looks like Milan's best defender at the moment.
Essien Still Waiting for His Chance
Michael Essien is still waiting to debut for his new club. The ex-Chelsea midfielder was only signed days ago but featured on Clarence Seedorf's bench for the match against Torino.
Essien won't have to wait long to get playing time. His versatility will be a welcome addition in the new 4-3-2-1 formation, where he can play as a fullback in the porous Milan defense or in a more usual holding midfield position.