AC Milan are hoping to raise an added €100million of funds this summer once the futures of their various loan players are resolved, a report claims.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, the future of six of Milan’s current loanees represent a chance to generate some serious cash which can be reinvested into the market to help Ralf Rangnick finance his revolution.
The players in question are Suso, Mattia Caldara, Pepe Reina, Ricardo Rodrgiuez, Alen Halilovic and André Silva – and for each player there are different indications and ideas.
There are two ways Milan can make money: the first is by selling the players outright, the second involves getting their salary off the books.
The former obviously depends on various situations, but the club must make €50million from the aforementioned six players in order not to record a loss on the balance sheet.
In the event of all six players being sold, the Rossoneri would then save €49.8million in gross salary – contributing a total of €100m to the pot for reinvestment.
The most important case is certainly that of Suso, currently on loan at Sevilla with an option to buy set at €21m that will become an obligation in the event of qualification for the Champions League in this season or the next.