AC Milan’s recovery in recent times can be put down to several key factors which CEO Ivan Gazidis instated, according to a report.
MilanNews writes how the South African CEO arrived amid skepticism but he has instilled his vision of economic sustainability in advance of many other teams and a firm stance regarding the financial parameters in which the team must operate within, as seen in the Gianluigi Donnarumma case.
On the transfer market the Rossoneri fans should not expect crazy signings, but the right investments such as Theo Hernandez at €20m, Bennacer at €16m, Maignan at €13m and Tomori at €28m. If the player is considered strong, the will to invest will always be there.
Gazidis has also relied on three key figures: Paolo Maldini, Stefano Pioli and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Each have a well-defined role, each important in their own way. Maldini has proven himself to be an excellent director, Pioli has convinced his doubters after initially being thought of as an interim and finally Ibrahimovic has led a young group with his experience, mentality and his goals.