GdS: Milan having a ‘Scudetto market’ in view of potential €50m boost to club accounts

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan are making targeted investments in the January transfer window to try and get closer to their major target, a report claims.

The Rossoneri confirmed the signing of Soualiho Meite from Torino on a loan with option to buy deal from Torino on Friday, while yesterday it was confirmed that Mario Mandzukic has joined as a free agent. Several sources are also reporting on the imminent arrival of Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea, plus the potential signing of Junior Firpo from Barcelona.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) in their Wednesday edition describes it as a ‘Scudetto market’ for Milan. The paper explains that Milan’s transfer campaign in this winter market shows how they really want to fight until the end for the Scudetto.

However, the declared and priority target remains qualification for the next Champions League, which could bring €50million to the Milanese coffers – something which is huge for the balance sheet.


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