UEFA’s recent verdict to reject AC Milan’s refinancing settlement agreement may have repercussions for the upcoming mercato, a report claims.
La Gazzetta dello Sport highlights that it may be difficult for the Rossoneri to entice players to only play domestic competitions with the absence of European football.
However, with or without Europe, Milan will make at least a couple of signings, as revealed by Marco Fassone during his press conference yesterday.
“For technical reason, ten more players will not arrive this summer. Two or three of them will arrive in the key roles,” he told reporters.
Will the two or three purchases – likely a striker, a midfielder and a winger – be top players or simply good players? It all depends on the next verdict.