The closing of the club sale has been very complicated thus far and the situation is still somewhat chaotic for the public, since negotiations between Fininvest and Sino-Europe Sports have been delayed yet again.
As reported by Sky Sports, Sino-Europe Sports will have till next Friday to dish out the additional 100 million euros. If not, a deal between the involved parties will likely break down.
If the deal indeed fails to reach completion, there are already other consortium’s who are ready to jump in and take Sino-Europe Sports’ place on the negotiation table to buy Milan.
This week will be decisive week for the Chinese consortium in their attempt to acquire AC Milan from president Silvio Berlusconi’s holding company Fininvest.