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According to sources of media group Italian, to which it belongs (AKI) news agency, that "it is scheduled to hold a meeting in the capital of Lombardy province (north) between the leaders of the Rossoneri club and officials of the Qatari fund, which has representation at the highest levels."

The US Fund "Elliott" who owns AC Milan currently, has announced a "long-term project for the club rossoneri", but "is likely to have the attention of the rich Gulf state has led to the opening of new scenarios."

She added that the project entered the negotiations between the emirate and the owners of the Italian club stage.

The newspaper said that the process will be, if the two parties to reach an agreement that satisfies both, through a new institution is "Qatar Investment Company," which officially owns Paris Saint-Germain Club. The reason that the European Football Union laws prevent one company from owning a majority of the shares of two different clubs competing in various competitions.

Qatar has sought years ago to buy Manchester United but faced rejection of American owners, family Glazer.
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#Milan-#Qatar: second negotiation in vivo and @Adnkronos with high-profile personalities

Despite denials, Italian news agency @Adnkronos report from sources aware of negotiations that "negotiations have started" and first meeting between reps from the Qatari investment fund and those of Milan took place in Milano at the beginning of the week over potential club sale

From the Qatari part negotiations are guided by a very high level personality. Not Nasser El-Khelaifi but a much closer person to the Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani which is a sign of their concrete interest in acquiring Milan [Adnkronos
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(07-05-2019, 04:23 PM)mazen111 Wrote: #Milan-#Qatar: second negotiation in vivo and @Adnkronos with high-profile personalities

Despite denials, Italian news agency @Adnkronos report from sources aware of negotiations that "negotiations have started" and first meeting between reps from the Qatari investment fund and those of Milan took place in Milano at the beginning of the week over potential club sale

From the Qatari part negotiations are guided by a very high level personality. Not Nasser El-Khelaifi but a much closer person to the Emir of Qatar Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani which is a sign of their concrete interest in acquiring Milan [Adnkronos

Any links for sources
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(07-05-2019, 07:30 PM)Rishav kant Wrote: Any links for sources

plenty of stuff. Google it
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Daniele Bonera has turned down Villarreal’s contract extension offer. He decided to hang up his boots and return to Milan where he will become Marco Giampaolo’s assistant [AS]
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That could be good. Those crappy players often became good coaching stuff.
Avaiting for arrival of exorcist into our boardroom.
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(07-06-2019, 07:11 PM)mazen111 Wrote: Daniele Bonera has turned down Villarreal’s contract extension offer. He decided to hang up his boots and return to Milan where he will become Marco Giampaolo’s assistant [AS]

I hope Bonera will teach Suso how to sit on bench permanently Icon_lol2
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Quote:Ronaldo was open to AC Milan move – former CEO Fassone

8/1/2019

Former AC Milan chief executive Marco Fassone claimed Cristiano Ronaldo was open to moving to San Siro before eventually joining Serie A champions Juventus last season.

Ronaldo swapped Real Madrid for Juve in a blockbuster €112 million (£102m/$124m) deal ahead of the 2018-19 season, however, there was apparent interest from Milan prior to the transfer.

Ex-sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli claimed Ronaldo was on the brink of signing for Milan before the former ownership – led by Li Yonghong – blocked the deal prior to hedge fund Elliott Management assuming control of the Italian team.

And Fassone, who followed Mirabelli out of Milan following the takeover in July last year, backed up those claims.

"The president wanted Cristiano Ronaldo, but the figures told us this was inadvisable," Fassone told Sportitalia.

"Ronaldo was open to evaluating the opportunity, as Milan are a famous club and there was enthusiasm around us.

"However, we never went beyond some internal calculations and seeing if he was potentially open to it."

The former ownership group oversaw a period of big spending, with Leonardo Bonucci's shock €42m arrival from Juve headlining a 2017-18 window which also included the signings of Andre Silva, Hakan Calhanoglu, Andrea Conti, Mateo Musacchio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Lucas Biglia, Franck Kessie, Nikola Kalinic and Fabio Borini.

Bonucci only spent one season in Milan before the Italy defender returned to Turin and Fassone admitted the deal was ill-advised.

"Bonucci was a mistake," Fassone said.

"When we signed Bonucci from Juventus, we'd already made eight or nine buys. The strategy was to create a squad suited to 4-3-3, so we already had the defenders and really didn't need another. What we were missing was a centre-forward, for whom we had €70m set aside.

"The choice we made in the end was to reduce the budget for the striker and sign a leader for the dressing room. With hindsight, if we had just invested in a top forward as was the plan, it would've gone differently."

Milan signed Portuguese forward Silva from Porto that window, and they were also linked with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang before he left Borussia Dortmund for Arsenal.

"Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was a target, as Mirabelli was always a fan," Fassone said. "However, it's complicated to deal with German clubs. The demands were higher than his real value on the market."

Milan are preparing for the 2019-20 season under new head coach Marco Giampaolo after Gennaro Gattuso stepped down following the club's fifth-place finish last term.

https://www.goal.com/en/news/ronaldo-was...fbln8bssjd

Signing that Ladri cunt Bonucci and letting him wear our captain armband has to be the darkest page in Milan history after our relegation to Serie B. Angry
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(08-02-2019, 04:59 AM)xudong Wrote: https://www.goal.com/en/news/ronaldo-was...fbln8bssjd

Signing that Ladri cunt Bonucci and letting him wear our captain armband has to be the darkest page in Milan history after our relegation to Serie B. Angry

Imagine the amount of traffic in this forum if Ronaldo would have signed for us Sagrin
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Milan have announced that former goalkeeper Nelson Dida will be the new goalkeeping Coach for their Under-17 youth team.
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