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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.”

2 COMMENTS

  1. Stupid chinese investor that has no money at all. Gosh, I just want this to be over. If we can just get a fine, which I doubt, I will be so happy. That means we can still go into the transfer market and buy some players, HOPEFULLY. I don’t even know if we have the money for that. In addition to that, what if we get a new management, like Stephen Ross? I d e k. Just please, lets strengthen our squad in midfield reinforcements, defense, and a solid striker. We need depth. I don’t know how we will get that with all this crap going on but Forza Milan

  2. I am big fan and admirer of ac milan back in the 90’s till date, of wish i will always support my dairling club. what is currently happening to ”AC MILAN” regarding to financial lapses can happen to any club owner or chairman and so we should not rush jurge anyone. Even the former owner faced same crises,Mr Li meant well for the club is just that things is not going as planed. Ac milan will come out strong and solid. As for me suso and kalinic should leave the team and Andre Silver to stay. Thanks and GOD us all.

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