Elliott’s adventure at the helm of Milan seemed destined to last a short time, but something seems to have changed, a report claims.
According to this morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), the American fund – thanks to the excellent results that the team are obtaining on the field – have got the taste for success and aims to stay in charge ‘for a long time’.
The fund has started to restore the club’s accounts and is avoiding crazy expenses on the market, but they are still managing to bring the Rossoneri team back to the top.
Pioli’s excellent work then increased the overall value of the Milan squad, which this season alone has gone from €466m to €496m in just a few months.
The team have 18 more points than this time last season, while the total wage bill is €146m lower than Juventus and €59m lower than Inter.
They have much lower net financial debt than their two main rivals too, at €104m compared to €385m for Juventus and €323m for Inter.