Former AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has once again criticised the current state of the club.
The Italian politician sold the club to a Chinese consortium last year, but the new owners have so far not seen the results on the field despite investing over €200million in new signings in the summer.
The Rossoneri sacked Vincenzo Montella earlier in the season, but new manager Gennaro Gattuso has also struggled for consistency.
Berlusconi spoke to Radio Capital (via Gazzetta) and has shown all his frustration for the team’s results.
“I always support AC Milan, but they play with a wrong system and that gives me stomach ache,” he said.
“Right now it is impossible to compete with foreign owners. I can’t afford to own a top club because it just costs too much. My choice (to sell the club) was painful but necessary.”