GdS: RedBird to close Milan takeover in coming weeks – Cardinale could be at the derby

By Oliver Fisher -

Gerry Cardinale is back in Europe, and he is expected in Italy in the coming weeks to finally complete the full acquisition of AC Milan from Elliott Management.

La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) reports that the future owner of the Rossoneri has not been in Milano since the day of the signing, but should soon land there for the full closing of RedBird Capital’s takeover.

At the moment there are no certainties about his future plans but he will certainly not be at San Siro for Milan-Udinese on Saturday, though his presence on 3 September for the derby against Inter is not to be excluded, given the closing may happen in the days prior or after.

Between the end of August and the beginning of September, Cardinale could therefore reappear in Milano to resolve the final details related to the takeover and to complete the change of ownership at Milan. The paper adds that the Singer family through Elliott will continue to maintain a minority stake.

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  1. Li could have been great IF he had M&M running the transfers and not those incompetent fools Mirabelli and Fassone. They are the ones that spent 200M on those signings that’s didn’t pan out (save for Kessie and maybe Andre Silva)

    1. The stinginess of American owner is a weapon that Maldini use to get cheaper deal.

      Remember when Neymar move to PSG? Everyone know Barca had a lot of money from the transfer and need a new LW, so everyone inflated the price when Barca knock on their door.

      When Maldini knock on their door, they know inflating the price rarely work.

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