AC Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis will soon return to Italy and he has a very busy agenda ahead of him, according to a report.
Gazidis was diagnosed with throat cancer earlier in the year and has spent the last few months in New York undergoing a course of treatment. This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via Calciomercato.com) writes that Gazidis is all set to return to Italy after his period of treatment in America.
There will be no chance to rest for the former Arsenal chief though as he has at least three things on his agenda. First is the new stadium project that must be further discussed with the City Council, then there is the renewals of the contracts expiring in June such as Franck Kessie.
There will also be a need to address potential targets for the January transfer window with Lorenzo Lucca of Pisa mentioned as a transfer target.