AC Milan should have more room for manoeuvre when it comes to the summer transfer window due to their improving financial situation, a report claims.
MilanNews writes that the accounts for the first half of the year recorded encouraging data and the trend is in continuous positive development. It is impossible to estimate what the precise data will be as of June 30, 2021 at the moment, the day on which the budget year of the current season will close.
However, there is a certainly that the liabilities of the last two years will be only a memory and the possible Champions League qualification could lend a further hand in terms of the added revenue that it brings being in Europe’s elite competition.
There will be no huge expenses on the market this summer because the work done so far cannot and must not be thwarted by efforts beyond the club’s possibilities, but it seems that there will be a greater operating margin to make the squad available to Pioli even more competitive.
This could also thanks to the sales of those players who are no longer part of the project such as Samu Castillejo, Andrea Conti, Diego Laxalt and Mattia Caldara.