With AC Milan constantly improving under Clarence Seedorf, it's time to take a look at rumors circulating the club heading into the summer and beyond.
The new coach will continue to mold the squad on his terms and will need new men to fit this particular tactical setup.
Switching to a 4-2-3-1 means that plenty of players used in Massimiliano Allegri's 4-3-3 are now struggling to find time, particularly in midfield.
Here are some of the latest transfer rumors surrounding the Rossoneri.
Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo has backed up Clarence Seedorf's appointment, saying that Milan needed a jolt.
The report from The report from Football Italia goes on to state that the atmosphere at the Milanello was not serene in recent months, and that a change was needed.
Seedorf has only lost one league match since taking over for Allegri last month, and has the team in a much better place in the standings.
It doesn't depend on us. You have to ask Milan and the player. he possibility of singing permanently for Milan is down to the player, who has these next few months to experience and then evaluate his adventure in Italy.
He is a player of great talent and ability who can score goals and create assists.
Edgar Davids has denied claims that he will join Clarence Seedorf's technical staff at Milan.
It's been widely speculated that Seedorf would hire more Dutch members to join his revolution at the San Siro.
He has been constantly touted as the new Paolo Maldini, and even if that's an outlandish statement, the youngster has done enough to warrant being considered one of the brightest up-and-coming full-backs in Europe.
Real Madrid would probably use De Sciglio as a right-back, where he would be an upgrade for the future and wouldn't have the hardest time ousting either Alvaro Arbeloa or Dani Carvajal.