Carlo Ancelotti believes that Milan’s struggles stem from a lack of investment in the playing staff, compared to previous years.
The Rossoneri have endured a difficult season and have seen Clarence Seedorf fall under scrutiny for struggles since replacing Max Allegri as Coach in January.
For the team’s former Coach, the difference at the club now is in the money being spent on it.
“There are difficulties related to the lack of being able to make investments like in the past,” Ancelotti has considered this week to Radio Anch’Io Sport.
“Then it becomes difficult to remain competitive if you do not spend, this is a year of transition and I wish luck to Seedorf and to the club, as much as possible.
“Clarence has knowledge, skills and personality to be a good Coach, he lacks experience, but if you do not start then you will never gain it. First must be the desire to do it, then comes the experience.”
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