The point was that you are celebrating the signing of a super sub, while hating on a starter who this season alone scored half the goals the super sub has in his entire career. And he is not even a striker something the super sub isOpposite to Origi & Berardi playing the same position which was your original statement ?
it basically means that the fixed price RedBird will have to pay is 1.3bil and there will be an "earn out" clause which will vary depending on the objectives achieved in a given period by the company. The clause could reach up to 500 million and is most likely tied with the new stadium etc.What does it mean?
you're a forum Treasure broyou can suck it bitch.
You for sure not Milan fan.
I agree that Milan is enduring brand but this banter era is lasting too long,i had hopes we would be sold to owner who had some money,not to buy 150 mil joao felix but to buy cf when one is needed or rw when needed and to give wages 6 mil or 5 mil when erned .Relax guys. No one can predict the future. You think Daniel Longo knows shit? None of them do and neither do we.
No matter who the owner ends up being, we will get through it. Milan is an enduring brand and will outlive all owners. Nothing we can do sitting at home besides hoping for the best.
how they can spend more then elliot,did anyone read what that ceo cunt told about football.If we're not spending even less than with Elliott, I'm fine with it. Wasn't expecting new owners anyway at the start of this season, so if it ain't worse than Elliott, no complaints We got nice chemistry going, and some stupid oil infused mercato would certianly break all the developing players.
ReassuringRedBird Capital Partners has reached a preliminary agreement to buy Milan. Redbird is set to buy the club and a deal could be announced as soon as next week. The transaction may value Milan at roughly €1.3 billion. Elliott is set to keep a minority stake in Milan
Red Bird dropping the onerous loan with buy obligation on Elliott.
bloomber ,reuters.Red Bird shit dropping just before the biggest game of the last decade. They could have waited until Monday, but there seems to always be this media agenda against Milan. I wonder who wants to take focus away from prioritizing the Scudetto...