Ivan Gazidis outlines his plans for Milan, in a meeting with Italy’s three biggest sports newspapers.
The former Arsenal chief executive has taken over as Rossoneri CEO, having been appointed by new owners Elliott Management.
Gazidis met with Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport, but rather than an interview he simply had a chat with the three newspapers.
He explained that the objective is for the club to be self-financing, with a stadium co-owned with Inter.
That is likely to be San Siro, but the two clubs are also exploring other options.
Gazidis is also planning to invest in the youth sector, as bringing through their own players will also help the Rossoneri be self-financing.
The new CEO intends to stay for the long haul, and made it clear this won’t be a three to five year project.
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