AC Milan Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of February 17

Matteo BonettiContributor IFebruary 17, 2014

AC Milan Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of February 17

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    AC Milan are now looking at the January transfer window in the rear-view mirror and will start the second half of the season with a few new signings.

    However, as always, there will still be plenty of rumours surrounding the club spreading from now until the start of the summer. Plenty of changes still need to be made as the players continue their revolution under new coach Clarence Seedorf.

    Here is the latest coming out of the peninsula regarding the Rossoneri.

Milan Tracking Marchetti

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    Milan is tracking Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti along with a host of other Italian teams, according to Football Italia.

    The Biancoceleste man has now been benched in favor of Etrit Berisha who has impressed in his brief time in between the pipes.

    The 31-year-old Italian international would give Milan a big upgrade at the back now that Christian Abbiati is leaving.

Milan Tracking Veltman

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    According to Football Italia, Milan are tracking Ajax's young defender Joel Veltman.

    The Rossoneri could make a summer move for the 22-year-old as they look to reinforce their defense and find an able partnership at the back.

    Even though Veltman has a contract with Ajax through to June 2017, the Corriere dello Sport speculate that Milan’s interest is in a potential bid this summer

Milan Linked with Everton Attacker

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    According to the Mirror, Milan are interested in a possible loan deal in the summer for Gerard Deulofeu. 

    The 19-year-old attacking forward likes to play on the wing and has searing pace. He was loaned to Everton from Barcelona at the start of the season.

    Links with Milan make sense considering the youth project and the fact the player could fit in with the new 4-2-3-1 formation.