AC Milan is active on all fronts. After 33 days, the Rossoneri are leaders in Serie A with 71 points and a game more than Inter (2nd, 69 points). A rival they will find this Tuesday night during the semi-final return of the Italian Cup (0-0 in the first leg). Started in a breathless final sprint, the Lombards also have to deal with burning news since the formalization of exclusive negotiations with the company Investcorp, candidate for the takeover of the club.
Investcorp wants to invest in AC Milan
In fact, the Embassy of Bahrain announced yesterday that the company was founded in 1982 and which ones “manages more than $42 billion (€39.8 million) in assets worldwide” was ready to buy AC Milan for 1 billion euros. and acc Gazzetta dello Sporta very large budget will be dedicated to the first transfer window of the Bahraini era. The pink paper release reveals that the future owners of the Rossonera team, who have two weeks to complete the acquisition, will have a €300m envelope to hire them this summer.
Several names are also cited by Gazzetta dello Sport. First of all, there are elements that have been followed for some time and have been recorded for talks with Paolo Maldini. Such is the case of Sven Botman (LOSC) and Divock Origi (Liverpool). Then come the names of well-known players like Renato Sanches, Sébastien Haller, Nicolo Zaniolo, Domenico Berardi or even Christopher Nkunku. But for the French from Leipzig, the competition (PSG, MU, Bayern Munich) is great.
Sterling, Asensio & Co are being targeted
The transalpine media estimate that it would cost 60M€ to be able to afford it. It would cost half as much or €30m to recruit Marco Asensio The gazette. The Spaniard, who is now only a substitute at Real Madrid, is being pursued. The merengues could also open the door to his exit to free up money for Kylian Mbappé and/or Erling Braut Haaland. Another player linked with Milan: Isco. When the contract ends, the Iberian midfielder will not be renewed by Real Madrid. According to Italian media, his agents recently took the initiative to exchange views with the Rossoneri.
Rossoneri, who wouldn’t be against the Spaniard’s restart. Finally, Raheem Sterling is the player who will make the next owners of the Italian team salivate. With a year off, the Englishman could bear the brunt of Haaland’s arrival at Manchester City. A chance that Milan wants to use. As in Paris with Javier Pastore or more recently in Newcastle with Bruno Guimarães, investors from Bahrain want to take the first step. According to the Italian publication, they want good players without going crazy. But with a budget of 300 million euros, it’s hard not to give in to megalomania.