RR: Milan to negotiate with UEFA over further slackening FFP restrictions

By Isak Möller -

Many changes are expected at AC Milan this summer, both on and off the pitch, as Elliott want to bounce back with a youth revolution. Of course, this will require important investments. 

According to Radio Rossonera’s Pietro Balzano Prota, speaking on his Twitch channel last night (via @SightsMilan on Twitter), Milan could hold talks with UEFA to ease the pressure ahead of the upcoming summer window.

The agreement between UEFA and the Rossoneri was to have a ‘free year’ spending-wise, presumably as a result of the Europa League exclusion. However, due to the Coronavirus effect, it seems that all clubs will be able to take part in this.

Milan will thus attempt to get one more year besides this one, with further discussions expected in the near future. In the meantime, they are planning for the imminent youth revolution at the club, which most likely will be led by Ralf Rangnick.

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