The ex-Rossoneri defender believes the club’s latest acquisition, Brazilian Alex on a free transfer, represents a good piece of business but wants to see more new arrivals at San Siro.
However, he is unsure of who Milan could realistically hope to lure to Serie A owing to their reduced monetary resources.
“Alex is a great player and it has been a good acquisition to get him,” Nesta told Goal.com. “But Milan need other players to reinforce the defence and the midfield.
“The problem Milan have is linked to a lack of economic power in the transfer market. The economic situation in Italy does not help either.
“Only a few years ago Milan could spend €100m without any problems but now that isn’t possible anymore.
“Montolivo’s injury means the club has to look for a replacement but I don’t know who they can go and buy.
“It depends on the money they have available.”
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