AC Milan’s new management intend to sell some players in order to raise funds but to keep the core intact, according to report.
Today’s edition of Corriere dello Sport (via PianetaMilan) talks about the strategy that Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada will adopt going into the summer, with some departures undoubtedly needed.
The plan is streamline the squad by offloading those considered not very functional to the project and who have accumulated little playing time over the last few months, to free spots but also to generate some revenue.
Milan hope to sell at least seven or eight players to raise cash, but it will take huge offers for them to even consider selling any of those who are considered cornerstones for the future.
The Rossoneri will also try to earn more from player trading, something they have struggled with until now. With the money raised, signings can arrive to raise the level and depth of the squad.