sickstick pisze:Source of the post Raczej zbija cenę, jakby wam dzisiaj walnął hattrick to cena w lato podskoczyłaby o 20mln
Na nasze nieszczęście Cairo wciąż myśli, że Belotti jest wart z 80 mln.
seba82 pisze:Source of the post zjebany Abate
Slim91 pisze:Source of the post Odejście zarówno Abate jak i Zapaty powinno być pierwszymi wzmocnieniami Milanu w nadchodzącym oknie transferowym.
seba82 pisze:Source of the post Chodzą plotki, że Rino chce alternatywnie grać 4312(tu Belotti priorytetem Rino) lub 442, w przyszłym sezonie.
Futbolarena - bernard since the summer of 2018 will become a milan player . the player has already signed preliminary contract with the rossoneri . the details of the agreement are not specified .
bernard will leave shakhtar in the status of a free agent .the ukrainian club offered the brazilian a new contract , but he rejected the offer.
Perinetti su Bertolacci: Sta bene qui ha affermato di recente dell’amministratore delegato del Genoa, ma a fine campionato tornerà al Milan.
TMW - Juventus and Milan are thinking about the Borini-Mandzukic exchange: the latest
Possible market synergy between Juventus and Milan in view of next summer. Mario Mandzukic is an idea of the Rossoneri, looking for an attacker. The player could also evaluate to go elsewhere to play in the position of striker, Juventus looks for a multipurpose player and Borini has Allegri's esteem. A deal that could become something more than an idea in the embryonic phase, perhaps after the redemption (obligatory) of Borini by the Rossoneri. Mandzukic at Milan and Borini at Juventus, work in progress ..
“This is the third time we’ve met this committee,” Fassone told Sky. “We gave them an update on how this season has gone on an economic level. It got a good result, given that at an economic-financial level, it was better than the forecasts that they had in hand, thus confirming the great attention we put on economic-financial parameters.
“We’ve re-presented our plan for the next few years and explained how Milan can be respectful of the rules and Financial Fair Play. There was a long discussion with them. By now they know [Milan’s dossier] line-by-line, almost better than me. We left with respect and now we look forward to them coming back to us with proposals and validating our plan.
“Our business plan and the letter from Elliott [the American investment management firm which lend Yonghong Li money]? It’s a thing outside of the traditional rules. Since Milan have an existing loan with a tight deadline, we considered it appropriate to submit a letter to UEFA, a written statement from the lender, which guaranteed proximity, commitment and support in any unlikely event of a default. It was done to give them security and it was done with the auditors during the six-month report, a tranquility that nothing can happen to the finances of Milan, in whatever circumstance.
“The debt refinancing? We also talked about this as it’s a topic that is on the table and we explored of all it in detail. We reassured them about the timing and the negotiations that we have been carrying out. I have already said several times that the funding could be pure, but also that there may be some our investors that enter the club. Where such investors will come from – if they do – I don’t know. These are things that concern the shareholders. We have UEFA the most complete vision possible of what Milan gave in progress and what we’re about to do.
“The UEFA sanctions? It’s clear that Milan, in the management before ours, did not respect the parameters of the FFP. Milan are under investigation because in the 14-15, 15-16 and 16-17 seasons they didn’t meet the famous break-even parameters. Otherwise, we wouldn’t be here.
“It’s likely that sanctions will be included in the proposed agreement. We hope that they can be contained and that the commission takes into consideration that there has been a change of ownership and that we’re doing everything to be respectful of the rules, and that our wings won’t be too clipped. It’s almost inevitable, however, that there will be some sanctions.
“The market? I had no feelings that the market will be affected. The commission was respectful. We were only asked questions about our plans and numbers. I don’t have the faintest idea of what it is on their minds. When the time comes, and they present their proposal, we can only evaluate it.
“Future meetings? At the moment, there are none. We left with sympathy and we are waiting future request for further information, which will arrive. The refinancing negotiations? We have three offers on the table. We are looking for the best solution for Milan and for the holding-company. I don’t want to make more predictions, but we are working hard, and I hope to resolve it as soon as possible.
“Possible sales of Donnarumma and Suso? We can exclude it for [reasons relating] possible UEFA sanctions. I can only speak of my part, which is economic. [But] maybe the coach will ask me to make sales for the needs of making other signings, we’re not obligated to sell anyone. The desire of the club is to probably make 2-3 signings for next season, weighted up by 2-3 sales.
“We mustn’t expect the campaign of the last summer. The show has been done, now we’re going to add 2-3 more pieces. I don’t think we need more, we’ll improve where we can be improved.”
Financial, "operational", "reorganisational": Arts. From 9 to 23 of law 231/01.
Donnarumma; Calabria, Bonucci, Zapata, Rodriguez; Borini, Kessie, Biglia, Bonaventura; Cutrone, André Silva
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