NEWS
Monday October 15 2018
Fans bail out Milan

Milan’s loss of €126m under Yonghong Li would have been far worse, were it not for higher than expected attendances.

The Chinese businessman bought the Rossoneri from Silvio Berlusconi in April of 2017, but he was forced out by Elliott Management, who bankrolled the takeover, just over 12 months later.

Last week the scale of the mismanagement was made clear by a €126m loss, but analysis from Calcio e Finanza reveals things could have been far worse.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

NEWS
Saturday October 6 2018
Raiola: 'Zlatan prepared for Milan talks'

Mino Raiola said he and LA Galaxy star Zlatan Ibrahimovic are “prepared to talk” to Milan about a move now that they are under new ownership.

The Swede turned 37 this week, but reports continue to gather pace that he could make a return to the club he represented from 2010-12.

“At the moment it’s not a possibility, because the conversations we had with the club are not current, but we are prepared to talk,” agent Raiola told Rai Sport.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

BLOG ITALIA
Monday August 6 2018
Maldini shows Milan ambition

Paolo Maldini refused to join the Rossoneri board under Yonghong Li, so Gaby McKay says his arrival now represents a big step forward.

One of the biggest red flags in Yonghong Li’s tenure as Milan owner came before the Chinese businessman had even taken over the club.

In October 2016, Li was head of a consortium called Sino-Europe Sports which was looking to buy the Rossoneri from Silvio Berlusconi. With the takeover effectively having to be paid for in instalments and a lack of clarity over who made up the group, the potential new owners sought to bring a club legend on board to placate fans.

Do Not Exclude From Feeds
NEWS
Thursday August 2 2018
Milan: Fassone demands €10m?

Marco Fassone is reportedly demanding €10m compensation from Milan after he was sacked as their CEO.

According to Il Sole 24 Ore, Fassone believes he is entitled to the payout, given his dual role as CEO and general manager, which amounted to a salary of €1.1m.

Furthermore, the ex-Inter and Juventus director is claiming severance pay was written into his Rossoneri contract.

Disable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

BLOG ITALIA
Wednesday August 1 2018
Milan learned their lesson

After spending more than they could afford last summer, Milan are taking a more cautious - and potentially more efficient - approach to the transfer market this year, writes Vilizar Yakimov.

It is very likely that the 2017-18 campaign will go down as one of the worst in Milan’s recent history. Despite finishing sixth and securing an Europa League spot, the Rossoneri spent almost €200m on the mercato, lost their owners and have been forced to start from ground zero once again this term.

Do Not Exclude From Feeds
NEWS
Monday July 23 2018
Milan to sack Mirabelli?

New Milan President Paolo Scaroni is expected to meet with sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli tonight to discuss the resolution of his contract.

The former Eni CEO has taken over as the Rossoneri figurehead, after U.S hedge fund Elliott Management ouster previous owner Yonghong Li.

All of the other Chinese representatives on the board were also removed, with CEO Marco Fassone sacked for ‘just cause’.

That battle is expected to end up in the courts, and Tuttomercatoweb is expecting more changes.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

NEWS
Sunday July 22 2018

Fassone could sue Milan

Marco Fassone and Milan look set to end up in court, after the former CEO was dismissed by new owners Elliott Management.

The former Inter director was appointed by Yonghong Li, but was removed yesterday as the U.S hedge fund installed its new board.

Tuttosport believes that Fassone was asked to resign at a meeting in London last week, but refused to do so.

The newspaper believes that his links to Li and the Chinese ownership formed part of the reason, but also alleges that the CEO wanted to extend his own contract.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

NEWS
Saturday July 21 2018
Milan: Fassone out, new board in

Milan have officially confirmed Paolo Scaroni as their new President following the exits of Marco Fassone and Li Yonghong.

A shareholders’ meeting on Saturday morning saw Li and Fassone ousted for what Gazetta dello Sport describes as ‘just cause’, along with fellow board members David Han Li, Lu Bo and Xu Renshuo.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

NEWS
Thursday July 19 2018
Fassone confident over CAS

Marco Fassone believes the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) ‘listened very carefully’ to Milan’s appeal ahead of its verdict on Friday.

Milan’s appeal to have their Europa League exclusion revoked was heard by CAS on Thursday, although Fassone’s club must wait until the following morning for the court to make its decision.

“Today’s been very intense,” the CEO told Sky Sport Italia.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk

NEWS
Wednesday July 18 2018
Milan await CAS appeal

Milan will learn their CAS verdict tomorrow evening and new owners Elliott Management are sending Franck Tuil as part of their appeal.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport will hear the appeal against UEFA’s decision to expel the club from European competition this season due to Financial Fair Play violations.

According to the latest reports, the CAS will give its response no earlier than 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT) on Thursday.

Enable Scroll-To-Play Video
Do Not Exclude From Feeds

See the latest Serie A predictions and betting tips with Eurotips.co.uk