Tuttosport: Pioli the value multiplier – eight examples of players who have grown

By Oliver Fisher -

Since his arrival as AC Milan’s head coach, Stefano Pioli has contributed to the growth of the team and the value of several individuals.

It has been a long time since 9 October 2019, the day in which Stefano Pioli became the Rossoneri coach. Since then he has had 126 games on the bench with a points average of 1.95 per game. In a short time, the former coach of Fiorentina and Inter became the idol of the fans and a point of reference for the management and ownership.

As reported today by Tuttosport (via SempreMilan.it), Pioli has contributed to the growth of the values ​​of various players in the squad, having worked with the promising young players that Paolo Maldini, Ricky Massara and chief scout Geoffrey Moncada have brought to Milanello.

The quality of the coach’s work was fundamental to increase their value and the paper gives some examples: Mike Maignan has gone from a €14m signing to being worth €30m+, Ismael Bennacer from €17m to €30m, Pierre Kalulu from €1m to €15m and Sandro Tonali from €21m to €35m.

There are even more: Fikayo Tomori from €28m to €50m, Alexis Saelemakers from €8m to €20m, Theo Hernandez from €21.5m to €50m and finally Rafael Leao from €29m to €40m.


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