The Chinese takeover of AC Milan has been postponed to the 3rd of March, meaning the San Siro hierarchy has been left with short of cash to sign new recruits in the January transfer window.
New Chinese owners have already informed Adriano Galliani that they don’t want to the club to sell Carlos Bacca in January.
The Colombia International is one of the few international stars in the Rossoneri squad and the Chinese consortium Sino-Europe want him to be at the club once they acquire the majority share in the club.
That’s why, according to La Repubblica, AC Milan are planning to sell two other players in the winter transfer window, Luiz Adriano, Lionel Vangioni and José Sosa have all been added to AC Milan’s list of departures.
Trouble is, neither of them have attracted the interest of many clubs. Vangioni is wanted by Torino and Sevilla, but both sides want to sign the Argentine defender on loan. Sosa and Luiz Adriano are not the most wanted footballers in the world as well and AC Milan are also planning to sell them on loan to save – at least – money of their salaries.
Definitely not enough to sign the big player AC Milan would need to defend their spot high up in the standings.