Asked by DAZN this Friday during the meeting against Genoa, Paolo Maldini returned to reports of ongoing talks to acquire AC Milan with an investor based in Bahrain.
AC Milan’s emblematic leader Paolo Maldini on Friday considered it “normal” that the club could be sold, while maintaining that he did not know “when” it could happen, while many media commented on an investor based in Bahrain. Calls for an on-going conversation together.
Negotiations have progressed well with the Investcorp fund, created in 1982 to manage investments by “families in the Middle East”, according to French sports daily L’Equipe, information also circulated by several Italian media on Friday .
“It is normal that AC Milan may have a sale in the future”
Contacted AC Milan and Investcorp did not make any official comment. “It is normal that AC Milan may have a sale in the future”, speculated in the evening as former star player and now Rossoneri sporting director Paulo Maldini questioned DAZN ahead of the match against Genoa.
“But when? Honestly, I don’t know,” Maldini said, urging leaders and players to focus on the league and the Italian Cup, which Milan will play in the second leg of the semi-finals against Inter Milan on Tuesday. ,
Sold in 2017 by Silvio Berlusconi to a Chinese businessman, Li Yonghong, Milan has been owned by another investment fund, American Elliot, since 2018.
After some difficult years, Serie A title-fighting AC Milan have returned to the Champions League this season and are working with Inter Milan on building a new combined stadium to increase ticketing revenue for both clubs .