AC Milan director Zvonomir Boban is planning a mercato revolution this month with all but a few players at risk, a report claims.
It has not been the start to the season most expected for the Rossoneri, who currently sit in 12th place ahead of Saturday’s game against Cagliari which will round off the first half of the campaign.
According to il Corriere della Sera – as cited by MilanNews.it – Boban wanted an even bigger revolution during the summer window, but Elliott Management stopped this happening as they were focused on not making losses on any players.
However, things have now change: all of the current squad are up for sale apart from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Rafael Leao, Theo Hernandez, Ismael Bennacer and Alessio Romagnoli.
The directors at Via Aldo Rossi want to move forward and immediately start clearing out those deemed not good enough for Milan. The paper adds that the club are even willing to accept operations on paper that are not advantageous for the club’s coffers just to get rid of said players.
In addition, rumours are growing that Massimiliano Allegri could return as manager. The new revolution that Boban wanted last summer is finally ready to be put into practice.