AC Milan, Inter and Juventus could potentially boycott buying players from other Italian clubs as the fall out of the Super League rages on.
According to Calciomercato.com, a videoconference meeting is scheduled for tomorrow involved all of the teams in Serie A, and even if Juve, Inter and Milan come out of this affair without a Super League they continue to be convinced that the reasons for the attempted revolution are right.
The stance of Italy’s three biggest clubs is quite bold, but is as follows: Italian football lives thanks to our money, and if you smaller clubs can keep going and thriving, it is only because the top clubs support them.
There is a sentence uttered last night by Marotta that should not be underestimated: “In the last seven years Juve, Inter and Milan have spent a billion on the acquisition of players.” Investments of this kind have been largely addressed to the Italian market and thanks to this money many smaller clubs have solved their economic problems or have enriched themselves.
This is where Milan, Inter and Juventus can stake a firmer stance and divert their money to the foreign market. It would be a ‘revenge’ of sorts which would mean no more €60m for Chiesa, €35m for Tonali or €30m for Barella while interest in Scamacca, Vlahovic, Musso and Gosens would fade.
At the moment this form of reaction by Juve, Inter and Milan is possible, and the outcome of tomorrow’s meeting is eagerly awaited.