As anticipated by SempreMilan.com back on June 1, AC Milan are seeking exclusion from the upcoming season’s Europa League campaign.
The Rossoneri are looking to use the exclusion as a bargaining chip in the negotiations with UEFA about FFP, which currently prevents them from investing into the team without selling any important players.
In the coming days (within 72 hours), a response is expected from UEFA, as revealed by SempreMilan.com’s Vito Angele. Should they grant Ivan Gazidis’ request, then Milan will be able to invest this transfer window without having to worry about FFP.
Exclusive AC Milan have asked UEFA to leave them out of the Europa League to be able to invest for another year. In the coming hours, a response is expected @SempreMilanCom
— Vito Angelè (@VitoAngele) 18 June 2019