The Azzurri have already signed Real Madrid trio Jose Callejon, Raul Albiol and Gonzalo Higuain.
Boosted by the €64.5m they netted from Paris Saint-Germain for Edinson Cavani, the Stadio San Paolo outfit are expected to keep spending.
The Naples outfit are set to bring in another attacking player before the window closes.
His current deal expires in June 2014 and he has been linked with a move to Milan.
“We are working on Ljajic’s renewal,” director of sport Pradè told Sky Sport Italia.
“The main thing is that he wants to remain at Fiorentina and he has to prove it, otherwise the doors are open for everyone.
“We are a strong team and a strong club, so this forces the player to let us know what he wants to do.”
Fiorentina have already stated they will not allow Ljajic to follow in the footsteps of Riccardo Montolivo, who left as a free agent to join Milan last summer when his contract expired.
Napoli have drawn up a list of defensive targets to bolster their backline ahead of the new season, with Martin Skrtel at number one.
Coach Rafael Benitez wants to reunite with the Liverpool centre-back, according to Il Mattino, and will hope to try and persuade the Slovakia international to join him at San Paolo over the next few weeks.
The Premier League side are reticent to sell the 28-year-old though, meaning the Partenopei could turn their attentions to Feyenoord youngster Bruno Martins Indi.
The 21-year-old has impressed for the Eredivisie side since making his debut in 2010, earning himself nine caps for the Netherlands.
The versatile defender could be available for around €7m.
The Gazzetta dello Sport believe that the 26-year-old’s representative will fly to Milan to have face-to-face discussions with the Partenopei chief later this week.
It is suggested that a deal between the goalscorer and the San Paolo side can be reached, but the two clubs are on different wavelengths all together when it comes to a price.
Porto want €40m for the Colombia international, whereas Rafa Benitez’s men want to part with only €30m.
Martinez has been a revelation in Portugal since signing for the Dragoes last summer. In his first full season of European football, the striker bagged 31 goals in 40 games.
Milan vice-President Adriano Galliani has admitted that a deal to sign Matias Silvestre is in progress.
The Inter centre-back is being targeted by the Rossoneri after Daniele Bonera suffered a fractured kneecap over the weekend.
And the board member has insisted that an agreement with the Nerazzuri is on the cards, whilst also commenting on Robinho’s injury and M’Baye Niang’s potential move away from San Siro.
“We're in talks with Inter for Silvestre,” he told reporters. “Now I will meet with the Inter directors to find an agreement.
“We still haven't agreed upon what kind of deal it will be for Silvestre.
“We're counting on having Robinho ready for the Champions League play-offs.
“If Niang leaves Milan then it won't be before the Champions League play-offs."
Inter have made no move to sign Saphir Taider this summer, Bologna official Roberto Zanzi has underlined.
“Inter have not contacted us with regards to Taider,” the sporting director told TMW on Monday morning.
“The President has already spoken on the matter by declaring that he wants to keep the player here with us.
“Therefore, there is little to add on the matter.”
Reports are suggesting that the Stadio Dall’Ara outfit value the Algerian international at a massive €20m.
“I don’t know about prices,” Zanzi added. “The transfer market dictates the value of a player. But he remains an important element for us.”
Taider is a 21-year-old midfielder who arrived at the Rossoblu in 2011 from Grenoble.
The player was briefly co-owned by the Serie A side and Juventus, until Bologna bought back the Old Lady’s 50 per cent share in him.
The Giallorossi are beginning their summer tour of the USA and Canada, which will see games against the MLS All-Stars, Toronto and Chelsea.
“Could I follow Marco Di Vaio to the MLS? He made a lifestyle choice,” said Totti in a Press Conference.
“I have a contract with Roma that I intend to respect and am focused solely on Roma. I can only speak highly of Di Vaio. He told me he’s very happy about moving to Canada.”
Roma are out of Europe for the second year running, but are eager to push for silverware under new Coach Rudi Garcia.
“The club is trying to put together a squad that can compete at a high level,” added the captain.
“You win titles with strong players. We hope to compete at the highest level in Europe soon.”
Sampdoria sporting director Rinaldo Sagramola has insisted that the club are not interested in signing Innocent Emeghara.
The Siena goalscorer enjoyed a spectacular six-month spell at the Robur last term, scoring seven goals in 17 games.
And despite heavy rumours to the contrary, the Bluerchiati board member has claimed that the team will sign the Nigerian, or any other player.
“We have never asked about Emeghara, “he told TuttomercatoWeb.
“Will we seek out other strikers? No.
“We are done for business now.”
Chievo Verona don’t expect to do a deal for Inter’s Ezequiel Schelotto until the second half of August.
“There is nothing new to report on Schelotto,” Chievo sporting director Giovanni Sartori told FC Inter News.
“It is certainly a situation that we are evaluating, but everything is still up in the air right now,” continued the official.
“There may be some developments after Ferragosto [August 15].”
Schelotto is looking for a new club after being frozen out of the set-up at San Siro by new boss Walter Mazzarri.
The latter dropped the midfielder, who was only signed from Atalanta in January, from pre-season training.
The 23-year-old, an Argentine-born Italian international, scored one goal in 12 League appearances for the Beneamata in the last campaign.
Verona are showing an interest in Pescara goalkeeper Ivan Pelizzoli, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The custodian has seen his name linked with a possible move this summer after Udinese were paired with him.
The former Roma man’s future has been placed into some doubt after the club’s relegation from Serie A last season. His contract also expires in 2014.
Pelizzoli, 32, appeared in 11 Serie A games last term given that young Mattia Perin was considered as first choice for most of the season.
Pescara have stated on numerous occasions that they are looking to keep the ex-Atalanta youngster with them for the new campaign.
Sochaux chief Laurent Pernet has claimed that Inter have not made an official approach for Ryad Boudebouz.
The 23-year-old playmaker has been attracting interest from clubs all over Europe, with the Nerazzurri and Olympique Marseille the teams most strongly linked.
But the head of the French side has insisted that there has been no bids for the Algeria international.
“There have been many teams in contract with us,” he told L’Equipe. “But we have not received a single concrete proposal.
“Ryad wants to play for a big club.”
Livorno have warned the next two days “will be decisive” for Dynamo Kiev’s Artem Milevsky.
The negotiations for the 28-year-old Ukraine international striker have continued for several weeks, but have hit problems.
“Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow will be decisive,” said Livorno President Aldo Spinelli.
“The Dynamo Kiev President does not want to unblock the negotiations. We are trying everything possible, but are also working on other options.
“If Milevsky does arrive, then we’d have a few too many players in attack. Tomorrow is the last day to close the deal. If he is not freed, then we will give him up.”
Spinelli also confirmed that “Leandro Greco, Samuele Longo and Alfred Duncan are possibilities.”
Longo and Duncan are owned by Inter, while Greco is at Olympiacos.
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi hinted at a deal to sell Andreas Granqvist to Milan.
Preziosi had dinner with Rossoneri Vice-President Adriano Galliani this evening after the Serie A 2013-14 fixture list was drawn up.
“Granqvist to Milan? We’ll see,” Preziosi told Sky Sport Italia.
Milan need a defender after Daniele Bonera was ruled out for three months with a fractured knee-cap.
They had been in negotiations to take Matias Silvestre on loan from Inter, but the talks collapsed tonight.
Curiously, Silvestre is now likely to join Genoa instead, freeing up Granqvist to Milan.
“We will not exchange Alberto Gilardino with Roma’s Marco Borriello. We’re staying as we are,” he added.