One strong fast Italian RW who is injured half the time and unsympatheticIs Zaniolo the chosen bigwig signing at RW?
I never liked his attitude. Seems pretty unsympathetic.
You wont need Origi when we will have plenty money. Botman, Jorginho, CDK or Wirtz, Jesus or Anthony, Darwin Nunez or David.
Guys I remember Inter last year have same situation xD.
I'm rooting for the Dutch winger who happens to be an anti-semite maybe? and passes better than the entirety of the current squad
Thoughts on the Abu Dhabi sovereign fund being their largest shareholder?
You think that's a factor or fans just grasping at straws
Speculation is now rife suggesting that AC Milan could soon change ownership, and this has raised question marks regarding the future of the current management.sempremilan.com
Repubblica: What Investcorp’s €1bn takeover means for the future of Maldini and Massara
I think you’re right.lets look at their history
has @investcorp (worst name ever… like an MLS team name) ever come in and treated an investment like a PSG or a Man City?
my hunch is this is just another Elliot
i guess if we can drive a profit enough to support/justify ~70M every transfer window, we can slowly build up our valuation over 3-5 years. - the Kojak perspective which I somewhat agree with
with the right levers, we can hope to drive the value from a 1B asset to 1.3-1.5B.
to clearly answer your question, it won’t be cheat code money. I think it will be more; build stadium, strategic marketing partnerships, results on the field including some silverware etc
unless some rich individual purchased us, we will need to thread a difficult needle and be very savvy
agreedI think you’re right.
What I will say though is that the times when a super rich individual could take a club to the top is over.
In order to compete on the transfer market we’d need a shady sovereign state to buy the club, and that’s seemingly not what’s happening now.