Elliott Management, the owners of AC Milan, have three steps in mind to revive the Rossoneri. After two years of several changes and bad moves, the Americans are now preparing the strategy that should guarantee the decisive leap.
To succeed with this, per Corriere Dello Sport (via Milanlive.it), they have three steps in mind. The first concerns the financial and management stability, which has never been lacking as Elliott have invested €525m since they took over.
In fact, considering Elliott’s economic solidity, Milan will still have the opportunity to invest despite another year without the Champions League and the effects of the Coronavirus emergency.
The second step concerns the strengthening of the squad, which will consist of young players that also have international experience. Two examples are, of course, Theo Hernandez and Ismael Bennacer.
The Frenchman was signed from Real Madrid, where he won the Champions League with the club. The Algerian, meanwhile, won ‘best player of the tournament’ in the African cup of Nations as his country lifted the trophy at the end.
The signings made this summer, furthermore, will be enhanced by the arrival of a manager capable of working and shaping young players. In this regard, Ralf Rangnick remains in pole position for the job.
Finally, the third step concerns the commercial aspect of the club. As always, the goal is to increase the revenue, which CEO Ivan Gazidis and his team are already working on. So far, the result hasn’t been exciting and improvement will be needed.