AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani: "Milan on hibernation"

AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani admits that the Italian giants have stopped everything.

Adriano Galliani

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Chinese group Sino-Europe are looking to take over the Italian club, AC Milan. However, serious delays are leading to problems within the club.
Notably, AC Milan are yet to solve the issue with their young goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma’s contract. His contract runs out in 2018.  However, there are no signs of any contract on the table.
“Everything is stopped,” Galliani confirmed according to Football Italia.

A new takeover?

The Italian business manganate also answered questions about new takeover talks. However, Adriano Galliani insists he wouldn’t force it without feedbacks from Silvio Berlusconi.
The Chinese takeover has faced problems due to ongoing negotiations with Berlusconi’s consortium, Fininvest. There are rumours about the seven-times Champions League winners searching for other potential investors.
“It’s unthinkable that I could do something which isn’t shared with President [Silvio] Berlusconi. It’s crazy just to think about it.
“I don’t do anything without sharing, and I won’t do anything without sharing.”
The once Italian giants are on a serious decline in the present. Their demise from the top roots from the Italian Financial crisis.
The former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been a key part of the club over the years. However, his depleting wealth sources resonates with the club’s financial situation.

Delays hurting the club

AC Milan are facing serious financial instability and a number of players are likely to leave the club due to the uncertainties.
However, their star goalkeeper considers himself a huge AC Milan fan.
‘I hope to stay at Milan,’ the goalkeeper told Sport Mediaset in Florence, as he looks forward playing for the national team. He continued: ‘I want to stay because I am a Milan fan.’
The goalkeeper is a hot target for numerous clubs including Premier League giants Manchester City.

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