Joint-CEO Adriano Galliani is expected to leave Milan in mid-September, as the new ownership reshuffles its directors.
The historic sale of the Rossoneri to a Chinese conglomerate was officially completed on Friday, and it is expected that the club's board of directors will change substantially as a consequence.
Among the individuals most likely to depart the Diavolo there is joint-CEO Galliani. The 72-year-old is very unpopular among the fans as he is considered one of the main architects of Milan's decline in recent years.
According to TuttoMercatoWeb, he will remain for the moment and complete the summer's market operations, as the new ownership don't have the time to appoint a valid replacement.
However, Galliani will end up leaving the club in September, with the 12th of the month provisionally scheduled as his final day in red and black.