Milan’s official website declares they are “ready” for a settlement agreement if UEFA reject their voluntary agreement on Financial Fair Play.
The Rossoneri submitted plans in November to strike an FFP deal, as UEFA offers special dispensation to clubs with new owners.
However, multiple reports today state that the proposal will be rejected, and the club has responded on the news round-up section of its website.
Under a summary of the Gazzetta dello Sport story about the expected decision is an ‘our comment’ piece from the club.
“Important media signals arrive on the voluntary agreement, pending UEFA’s official and final pronouncement,” the comment from the Diavolo reads.
“In addition to declaring its maximum and constant respect for the European institution, Milan has always made it clear it was ready to face the other side of the coin, namely the settlement agreement.
“The proposal for a voluntary agreement was an absolute novelty in this sense, since there had been no precedents at a political-football European level.
“Milan was fully committed to the drafting and structuring of the plan in November.”