FC Milan’s Paragliders are one of the most successful squads in Serie A, having won the Champions League, Copa del Rey, La Liga and FA Cup.
The club will now face a difficult task in the 2016/17 season, after failing to reach the Champions’ League final in 2015/16.
The team’s squad will be bolstered by the signing of Diego Alves and Simone Zaza, but it will be left without a true wing option, with the likes of Alves, Fabio Cannavaro and Daniele De Rossi likely to be available.
What will FC Milan do in 2016/18?
In the coming months, the club will continue its development in the Paragliidae group, including the signing and signing of new players, including goalkeeper Marco Van Basten.
The 23-year-old has been instrumental in the club’s resurgence under Roberto Mancini and has been the subject of interest from a number of top European clubs.
Milan will also look to strengthen their defence, with Andrea Bertolacci set to depart after signing for Wolfsburg, while Mario Mandzukic is likely to leave for Lazio.
Who will be Milan’s starting XI for the 2016-17 season?
The Milan squad will feature seven new faces, with Marco van Basten, Alessandro Florenzi, Stefano Sorrentino, Mario Mandzo and Mario Muso returning to the starting line-up.
Van Bastens and Florensi are both set to join in the summer, with Florensis reportedly interested in a move to a bigger club.
Will the squad be unchanged?
The signing of Mandzo will see the centre-back pairing of Francesco Totti and Alessandro Nesta return to the team.
The 25-year of the Italian international has also been linked with a move away from the club, while Mandzuka is set to return to Serie A after the summer break.
Alessandro Barzagli is also set to stay on the roster.
Can FC Milan cope with the pressure of a Champions League final?
The Champions League is a competition where the likes and the likes are not matched by any other group of clubs in Europe, and the squad of Milan will be facing a tougher challenge in the final, after a second successive season of relegation.
This season has been very difficult for the club as the players are struggling to get used to the new competition, and they will have to deal with pressure from fans and media alike.
The Paraglio wing is the only player to have made it to the final three of the Champions Leagues, while the other two were Mario Mandzi and Alessio Romagnoli.
Milan’s Champions League success has helped propel the club to a record €100 million turnover, and it is likely that the club can take a step forward from this summer, but there will be plenty of pressure to keep pace with the elite clubs.
Will there be a new signing in the coming weeks?
It is not yet known whether the club plans to make a further acquisition, but they are likely to strengthen the squad with the signings of Andrea Bertolli, Marco Vanessa and Davide Motta, and have even signed a player who will be an unrestricted free agent next summer.
Can the team finish in the top half of the table?
The club have secured an eighth successive Serie A title and will need to finish in between the relegation places of Juventus and AC Milan in order to secure Champions League football in the 2017/18 campaign.
In order to achieve this, the squad will need a win in the Serie A final against Milan, with a goal difference of 2.5 to equalise, or at least beat their opponents in a game.
However, it will also be difficult to do so as both Juventus and Milan have already reached the final in the Champions league, meaning that the top three teams will not be able to afford to drop points, especially when it comes to the Champions Cup final.
What does the future hold for the Paragna wing?
This season will be a crucial one for the Milan team, as they will face a Champions league final against the Juventus team, which they lost in the last round of the competition.
Will they be able do it?
The Paragna is one of Italy’s most famous wingers, and while the team have not won the title in five years, they have been successful in Serie B, winning the title once and also taking the title four times in the past 10 years.
The Italian giants are also expected to win the competition this season, with Fabio Capello’s side expected to be favourites for the competition, as the team has been promoted to Serie B in 2015.
The squad will have some new faces at the club this summer and the player market is also open, as Milan have been linked to many of Europe’s top players,