Things are still changing at AC Milan.
Last week, Barbara Berlusconi declared at an event that her family could sell up to 30 percent of the club “to make a leap forward and compete with the strongest clubs in Europe,” per Reuters.
A report in the Spanish daily AS (h/t Football Italia) suggests that a businessman from Singapore would like to buy 51 percent of the shares for €300 million. The 60-year-old has attempted and failed to purchase stakes in Liverpool and Valencia in the past.
So the team is very much on the market, and so are some of their players. If Clarence Seedorf remains the coach through the summer, he will likely choose which to keep and which to let go. This team needs some sort of stability right now, but that won’t come until next season at the earliest.
Until then, let’s explore Milan's transfer options. Here are some rumours to digest.