Having sacked Marco Giampaolo, replacing him with Stefano Pioli, AC Milan will be hoping to see an improvement in the upcoming weeks. However, even though the manager has praised the squad, the January window is just around the corner.
Pioli’s first game as manager of the Rossoneri will take place next week, as Lecce will visit the San Siro. Given the situation, a lot is at stake and it will be interesting to see the performances of the players, who all have lacked continuity thus far.
In a long interview with Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews.it), Milan’s Chief Football Officer Zvone Boban was asked about the upcoming January transfer window, as well as the strategy of the Rossoneri.
“If the owners are ready to invest? We haven’t really talked about this. It’s not the time, but when it is, we will make our evaluations with the manager and see,” he stated.
Even though they have a good set of players, experience is needed to help the young players in tough situations. Therefore, if Pioli decided that it’s necessary, then they might go for a few signings in January.