MN: Milan owners Elliott Management rule out selling star players in January

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan’s leadership feel under ‘no pressure’ to sell players in the January window, according to a reliable source.

The revelation of the Rossoneri’s 2018-19 budget appeared to spell bad news, with La Gazzetta dello Sport reporting that the club may have to sell a star player in January to offset the huge losses.

Milan rose to €146million in the red last season from €126m under the Chinese ownership, something in large part down to an increase in wage expenditure.

However, as per MilanNews.it, sources inside the club have reassured that the club has no intention of giving away key players in January.

This is because it would be considered ‘inconsistent with seasonal objectives and strong investments made by the owners’.

We reported earlier in the week that Elliott Management have in fact made €30-40m available for the January window in the hopes of signing some much-needed experience.


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