Former Milan President Yonghong Li has hit out at current owners Elliott Management for treating the club like ‘an emotionless investment’.
Li was forced to hand Milan over to Elliott in July 2018 after he defaulted on a loan used to help buy the club, lent to him by the hedge fund.
However, the Chinese businessman [pictured, right] is not a fan of how the Rossoneri have since been run, claiming they ‘deserve better’.
“This is not good. Why did he wait all this time to supposedly start caring for the team?” he tweeted, referring to Elliott chief Gordon Singer.
“It should be treated with passion, not as an emotionless investment. Look at Singer's track record. The club deserves better.”
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