There are no problems between AC Milan owners Elliott Management and director Zvonomir Boban, according to a report.
There was to be no early Christmas present for Stefano Pioli and the Rossoneri as they were comprehensively thrashed by La Dea, ending 2019 on a very bitter note.
It was suggested that the whole management structure is under scrutiny from the ownership as they believe they have invested enough money with so far very little return in terms of results.
However, according to an update from La Gazzetta dello Sport on Tuesday (via MilanNews.it), the leaders of Elliott fund interpreted Boban’s words as an expression of urgency to invest even more.
Despite this, the paper claims that the Singer family was not the intended recipient of the message from the Croatian, as Boban has frequent contacts with Gordon Singer and their relationship appears solid.
The comment of ‘we will see what they will allow us to do’ was more referring to the economic conditions in which the club is forced to act, such Financial Fair Play and the typical difficulties that the winter market poses, the report concludes.