The CEO doesn't believe that acquisitions are necessary in the January transfer window
MILAN FASSONE / According to 'Sport Mediaset', Milan's CEO Marco Fassone spoke about the future plans of the Rossoneri. Although the team is not performing as expected, the man in charge at Milan doesn't believe that a revolution must be done in January. Fans are desperately waiting for the next transfer market window to celebrate the acquisition of new players able to boost Montella's team performance. But the current situation seems to be different.
"We are not going to close deals in January unless it will be strictly necessary - stated Fassone."
Marco Fassone was interviewed about the calciomercato Milan at the general assembly of the shareholders. Although Yonghong Li, Han Li, Lu Bo, Rensho Xu, Marco Patuano, and Paolo Scaroni were absent, the meeting was moderated by the lawyer Roberto Cappelli. The Shareholders' Meeting ratified that Milan is in the red of €32 million for the first half of 2017. Fassone also highlighted that the stadium is a top priority for the club. In reference to the Voluntary Agreement, the CEO stated that UEFA will reply to the Rossoneri before Christmas.
Milan, No transfer market moves in January. Montella needs to boost the performance of his guys
Milan's head coach Vincenzo Montella needs to do something more to make fans happy. The performances of the club are disappointing albeit in the last period the Rossoneri improved tactically and collected points.
Mirabelli is screening the market for possible deals but, as Fassone stated, the management believes that the summer transfer moves are satisfactory and enough to be competitive in the domestic and international competitions.
The upcoming big clash against Napoli will test the skills of Montella's men once more. Although the project of the Partenopei seems to be ahead at this time, Fassone, Mirabelli and the ownership will be supportive with Montella even in the case of a defeat. However, the subsequent games against Torino, Benevento, Bologna, Verona, Atalanta, Fiorentina, and Crotone will be very important for the future of the Italian coach.
Milan is passing through a moment of transition but with a streak of wins, the Rossoneri could fill the gap with the top Italian teams.