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AC Milan’s busy transfer window: Camarda’s new deal, right-back search, and Zirkzee pursuit

AC Milan is making moves in the transfer market as they look to strengthen the squad for the upcoming season. After reaching an agreement with Paulo Fonseca to become the team’s next manager, the club’s focus have switched to building a competitive squad for the next season. Francesco Camarda, the youngest Serie A debutant ever, is set to sign a new deal with the Rossoneri by the end of this week. The agreement, which is already completed, will keep the Italian gem at the club until June 2027. Camarda has rejected several bids from abroad to stay at Milan, as reported by Fabrizio Romano.

The club is also actively working on securing a new right-back, with Emerson Royal and Tiago Santos being strong options. Emerson is keen on joining Milan and has no issues with personal terms. Tottenham are asking for around €20 million to sell the defender, and negotiations are ongoing between both clubs to finalize the deal.

In addition, Milan is also focused on acquiring Joshua Zirkzee from Bologna. Zirkzee’s release clause remains at €40 million, a fee valid for all clubs, not just his previous team Bayern Munich. Rossoneri are in regular contact with Bologna, working diligently to secure the Dutch forward. The interest in the Dutch forward is high, as several clubs are keen on Zirkzee.