AC Milan could have new owners next season as talks are currently ongoing with the Arab fund Investcorp. A potential sale is unlikely to affect the roles of the current directors at the club, though.
As reported by Corriere Della Sera this morning (via MilanNews), Investcorp are close to reaching an agreement with Elliott Management over the purchase of Milan. In fact, they could be announced as the new owners at the end of the season.
Since the news broke there have been some questions raised about the roles of Ivan Gazidis, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara. The newspapers states, iwever, that they most likely will remain as the CEO, technical director and sporting director respectively.
Paolo Scaroni could also remain as the president of the club. Investcorp intend to build on the fantastic work of Elliott Management, therefore, and contract renewals are expected for both Maldini and Massara (will expire this summer).
Given the success in the last few years, it is indeed good news that the technical department will remain more or less the same.