AC Milan, the potentially new (very) rich in world football after a possible takeover by a Bahrain company, could have a big envelope for the next transfer window, reports Gazzetta dello Sport. Players like Christopher Nkunku, Raheem Sterling or Marco Asensio will be especially in the sights of the Rossoneri.
It is likely to take some time to get used to seeing AC Milan’s name in the biggest transfer rumours. While the current owners of the Lombard club and a Bahrain company have entered into “exclusive talks” for a takeover of up to one billion euros, Rossoneri should very quickly enter the world’s richest clubs.
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This Tuesday, Gazzetta dello Sport also suggested that AC Milan could have an envelope of 300 million euros from the next summer transfer window. With that much amount, the current leader of Serie A can aim for the bigger fish. According to Italian media, Christopher Nkunku, highly reputed, will be especially in sight of Rossoneri, who would like to take advantage of his new financial dimension to finalize long-followed files, such as Lille resident Sven. Boutman and Renato Sanches or even El Liverpool striker Divock Origi.
Isco, Asensio, Sterling…
AC Milan could also look at the case of two Madrid: Marco Asensio, who could allow Real to receive cash in terms of the transfer of Kylian Mbappe and Isco, at the end of his contract with Los Blancos at the end of the season. , Finally, Raheem Sterling’s position could also be closely monitored, especially since the Englishman could be pushed out when Erling Haaland arrived at Manchester City.
On Monday, the Bahrain embassy in the UK revealed on its Twitter account that the company Investcorp had entered into “exclusive talks” with the Americans of Rossoneri’s current owners, Elliott Management Corporation, thus confirming information from Reuters. According to the Bahrain embassy in Great Britain, Investcorp’s offering reaches $1.1 billion (1.02 million euros).
In 2018, Elliot Management Corporation bought the Italian club for 760 million euros. Since then, the Lombard club has returned to the national scene. The teammate of Olivier Giroud, Italy’s vice-champion last season, is currently the leader of Serie A after 33 days, two points ahead of Inter and one match more than the Nerazzurri.