AC Milan’s plans for the summer transfer window will continue regardless of whether the team achieves a top four finish, a report claims.
MilanNews writes how a return to the Champions League would give an impetus to the Elliott Management project as it would earn the revenues from the elite competition a year in advance compared to what was planned, and above all it would provide the club with a greater budget to improve the team in the summer.
With €40m more to invest there would certainly be room for a couple of good operations, but in general Milan’s project will go on even if the Champions League does not arrive. The market will be done the same, without spending crazy amounts, and investments are already planned to prop up the team for next season.
CEO Ivan Gazidis and the American fund will continue looking at the balance between the financial side and sporting performance and in this respect good news comes from the budget, which looks to be an improvement on last year.