AC Milan are working double time to make two deals happen by the end of the season.
The Rossoneri hierarchy want to tie down boss Vincenzo Montella to a new contract and also want to make Pasalic as a permanent signing at the San Siro.
Milan keen on keeping Chelsea loanee Mario Pasalic on a permanent basis.
Pasalic has found his own at the club since joining in the summer and has become an integral part of Vincenzo Montella’s team.
The Diavolo don’t have a buying option in the loan deal, however, they will be given preferential treatment if Chelsea were to sell the 21-year-old.
However, Pasalic’s future also depends on whether the Rossoneri takeover is completed by the end of the season.
Meanwhile, Milan are also working on a new deal for boss Vincenzo Montella.
The former Fiorentina boss signed an initial two-year deal with the club, but Berlusconi and is very impressed with the Italian’s work and are eyeing to extend his stay.
Both clubs and the tactician are interested in extending his contract with the Diavolo.
Although any discussions will only start after the end of the current campaign as the Rossoneri don’t want any distractions as they aim to return to European football.