Mediaset: No friction between Milan’s directors and RedBird – dialogue continues

By Isak Möller -

Over the last few days, given the lack of a renewal for Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara, voices of concern have emerged regarding new owners RedBird. However, there is no friction between the parties. 

Maldini and Massara will expire at the end of the month and the lack of a renewal for both has caused some delays on the transfer market. This has upset the fans and some sources have hinted at potential friction between the parties.

However, according to SportMediaset (via MilanNews), there is no friction between Gerry Cardinale (RedBird) and the current management. The dialogue between the parties has always been fluid and things are being worked out in a professional manner.

There won’t be a huge budget for the summer, per the report, and Milan will not take part in any auctions. It’s just like before RedBird took over, in other words, and there is no need for the fans to be overly worried about the future.

Tags AC Milan Gerry Cardinale Paolo Maldini RedBird Ricky Massara


  1. I don’t even bother to read the stories here anymore, the reports are so contradicting and nothing happens at all so what I’m going to do is this,
    Maybe after they let Maldini go people will realize how deep in trouble we are and take action.

  2. Look Cardinale’s eyes and his fake smile, he clearly hates Maldini’s guts already just like Elliot and Gazidis.

  3. It’s a pretty pitiful amount if that’s the case. Hardly any outlay in January cl qualified, league winners, increase sponsors. Would at a minimum have thought 100m would be doable.

  4. But there is FRICTION between US (poor fans!) and all off shitty owners (last years of Berlusconi, Li Yonghong, Elliott, and RedBird! F*** YOU ALL!)
    I will never forgive Berlusconi for not selling the club to the Qataris! (before they buy PSG!)

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