MN: Milan ready to discuss Settlement Agreement with UEFA – the feelings are positive

By Oliver Fisher -

After a seven-year absence, Milan will return to the Champions League, something which provides a huge boost to the club’s project.

As MilanNews writes, qualification for the top European club competition reopens the discussions between the Rossoneri and UEFA regarding Financial Fair Play and in October, the Milan management should sit down with them to resume talking, after the stop due to Covid.

The main subject of the discussions will be the the settlement agreement. In this period of economic precariousness Milan instead gave strong signals, even in past years, that they are committed to becoming healthier financially. The consolidation of the accounts undertaken is evident and is bearing the first fruits, even on the field.

Milan’s attention to these issues was greatly appreciated by UEFA, so much so that what filters from Casa Milan is that there is confidence that dialogue with UEFA for the Settlement Agreement can be positive for the club moving forward.

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3 Comments

  1. Rodger says:

    Still massively spending more than is being brought in; until this balances out FFP will always hang over the club. And, justifiably, UEFA won’t look very favourably on clubs being run this way. Milan are fortunate this year that UEFA will make a lot of dispensations because of Covid’s influence on finances.

    1. Joe101 says:

      UEFA can suck it
      as long as they are not applying the same rules for everyone, no club should ever consider taking that FFP seriously

      1. Rodger says:

        That’s fine, Milan can tell UEFA to suck it, just can’t also participate in their competitions or take any money from them.

        FFP rules would be a great thing for football, if the biggest clubs weren’t so determined to cheat their way around them. Remember, Man City weren’t found ‘not guilty’ of cheating, just that too much time had passed to use the evidence that they were.

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