Today, Milannews.it revealed all the figures that Sino-Europe Sport will pay in order to acquire AC Milan in March, including investments in the transfer market.
To begin with, Sino-Europe Sports, or Rossoneri Sport as they’re also known, have already paid €200m to Fininvest, according to the agreement.
In March, they will pay Fininvest around €320m, which will complete the sale of AC Milan. Sino-Europe will also pay an additional €220m which will cover the debts that AC Milan currently have.
After completing the takeover, they will also spend another €100m on the club management, while €250m will be invested in the upcoming transfer market periods. With that said, AC Milan are likely to have around €120-130m to spend in the summer, with some big names expected to arrive.