Ruud Gullit hopes Milan are finally on the right track now with Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban. “Over the last few years, the money wasn’t spent well.”
The Dutch legend still has a soft spot for the Rossoneri after taking them to the top of the world in the 1980s and early 90s.
“Milan struggled and were unable to qualify for the Champions League, but I hope they can do better next year and that Paolo can do a good job as director,” Gullit told Sky Sport Italia.
“It takes money to create a great team, as that’s how you buy players. The problem is that over the last few years, the previous directors did have money, but it wasn’t spent well.
“They purchased players who Milan didn’t really need.”