Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis reportedly attended a UEFA hearing on Thursday to discuss the club’s Financial Fair Play case.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Gazidis travelled to Nyon with lawyers after Milan failed to meet FFP parameters again.
The Rossoneri were originally banned from European competition for two years but won a last-minute appeal to compete in the 2018-19 Europa League, only to crash out at the group stage.
Their most recent sentence was a €12m fine, limited 21-man squad list for European competition and exclusion from UEFA tournaments for one year if the club’s books were not balanced by 2021.
However, that is something Milan feel is simply not feasible and there has been talk of forfeiting the Europa League next season if they do not make the Champions League.