Luca Antonini believes that continuity should be AC Milan’s priority in this summer’s transfer window.
The Rossoneri have been one of the most consistent Serie A sides since the restart and their former full-back doesn’t think that much needs to change ahead of 2020/21.
“I wouldn’t touch anything right now,” Antonini told Sky Sport Italia.
“Something has to be done on a defensive level. Theo [Hernandez] can’t play 50 games, [Alessio] Romagnoli is the same.
“They just need spare parts and that’s up to the owners.
“If I were AC Milan I’d keep the team and reinforce the squad with two or three experienced players.
“There are a lot of good young players coming through.”