Repubblica: Cardinale due back at San Siro in February after five months of silence

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan owner Gerry Cardinale is due back in Italy next month but there is a worrying silence regarding the plans for the future, a report claims.

La Repubblica (via MilanNews) published an article talking about Milan’s current situation from market strategies to the new ownership and renewals, as well as fluctuating performances on the field which are not helping the general mood.

Gerry Cardinale is next expected to be at San Siro for the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 tie against Tottenham. It is a fairly prolonged absence from Italy for the Rossoneri owner who hasn’t spoken for five months, which is essentially when he took charge.

Some supporters have been left worried by the lack of a clear vision dictated by Cardinale and by the fact there has been little transparency on the short, medium and long-term plans, which must be addressed sooner rather than later.

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  1. Manchester United and Liverpool are put on sale. Compared to those two rivals, Ac Milan can’t reach their value. We can hope that next Ac owner will love Milan and have founds for better commercial revenue, which would be blessing in future serie a.

    1. There isnt any new owner who loves a club anymore. The time of the Berlusconi’s and Moratti’s is over. Now you have stupid owners with unbelievable loads of cash who don’t know how to spend (Chelsea) or owners who can’t put any money in anymore (Inter) and as much is they are our rivals, fans who pay hundreds of euro’s don’t deserve that. If you can’t put any money in you need to sell, our Chinese owner also was a joke. They don’t know anything about football

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