Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani has admitted the club will need to trim their squad before adding any more new signings next month.
The outfit have already wrapped up deals for defender Adil Rami and midfielder Keisuke Honda, but it’s now time for the outfit to reduce the size of their squad.
“We have a big squad, 31 players with Rami and Honda,” Galliani commented on Monday. “If no one leaves, no one comes in…
“A swap deal would be a possibility for a midfielder, but we’ll have to wait and see.”
It’s a special day for the outfit seeing as it is their 114th birthday.
“I’ll tell you tonight after the match against Roma if it’s a happy birthday or not,” the CEO continued.
“The next two matches are important, but there are three competitions in the season and it goes on until May.
“We’ll check the record then.”
Milan, today drawn with Atletico Madrid in the Champions League, will face city rivals Inter next weekend.
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