Marco Fassone admits Milan “will have constraints from UEFA” and expects to make €100m in the Chinese market.
The Rossoneri spent big on the transfer market this summer, and will be assessed by UEFA’s Financial Fair Play board in November in relation to a voluntary agreement.
In addition, the takeover by Chinese businessman Yonghong Li was funded by a U.S hedge fund, Elliott Management, which must be repaid.
Today the CEO of the club has spoken to Corriere dello Sport, and expects to grow revenues hugely in China.
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