Uncertainties have arisen surrounding the financial situation of AC Milan after the recent ‘no’ verdict from UEFA on the settlement agreement.
According to Milan-based paper Il Giornale, the Rossoneri board frantically tried to reach out to club president Yonghong Li for a statement before the shareholders’ meeting on Thursday.
Li has remained in silence since the UEFA verdict, and instead it was club director Marco Fassone who addressed the media after the meeting.
The report claims that prior to the summit, there was a busy exchange of messages and phone calls to try and get a direct intervention by the president aimed at reassuring the fans, but he refused.
However, Mister Li did explain his position: “Until there is no significant change in terms of refinancing, it is better not to make statements.”