Confusion reigns at Milan, as Bee Taechaubol said they’re “down to details” and Silvio Berlusconi threatens not to sell at all.
The club is in dire need of fresh funds after posting losses of €91m for 2014 and looking unlikely to qualify for Europe yet again.
“With Berlusconi we already agreed most things, we’re down to details and the legal process should be completed in the space of three or four weeks,” Mr Bee told Thai Rath.
“Next season Milan must get back to being in the top four, then the successive year challenge for the Scudetto.”
Today the Sunday Times even suggests Taechaubol contacted Bayern Munich Coach Pep Guardiola to offer him the job at San Siro.
However, patron Berlusconi made some scathing comments this weekend that risk throwing the entire deal in the bin.
“If someone came along who would guarantee an annual influx of capital to match the levels of the other big European clubs, I’d make a sacrifice and sell Milan,” he told Telenord.
“I never saw Milan as a commercial enterprise and the club accounts were always separate from my business group.”
Berlusconi aimed a vicious sideswipe at Inter President Erick Thohir, who took over from Massimo Moratti last year.
“Moratti sold the club to Thohir, who doesn’t seem to have the intention or the capability to bring new capital and make Inter a protagonist in Italy and Europe.
“I, however, am looking for someone who is able to inject fresh funds and keep the side competitive at home and abroad.”