Milan – AC Milan resale news circulating in Italy. This time the rumors are stating Silvio Berlusconi finally want to take 75% stake in the club for the price of 1 billion euros, or about Rp 14 trillion.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Berlusconi has held talks with a Hong Kong businessman named Richard Lee on Thursday (02/04/2015) night local time. In this meeting that the former Italian prime minister finally agreed to release 75% ownership stake.
Mentioned that to have a 75% stake Diavolo Rosso Lee should menggelotorkan fund of 1 billion euros, equivalent to Rp 14 trillion. As quoted from the Guardian. Milan’s sales news continuing to issue long been circulated, in which Lee and Berlusconi appeared together in a photo in one of the matches of Milan in October.
Italian news agency Ansa, mention that the Chinese government played a role in the occurrence of this deal for the sake of promoting football in the country. Although the majority of the Milan stock will change hands, the position of director of the club believed they would belong to Barbara Berlusconi.
In the last few months has been repeatedly rumors that calls Berlusconi will release some of its stake in Milan. In addition to the Thai businessman named Ben Taechaubol, there are also other Chinese tycoon named Zong Qinhou are reportedly interested though later he himself membatahnya.
Milan in last season bebarapa experiencing financial problems, which forced them to sell some of its star and failed to compete in the transfer market for top players. Above ground squad appearances made by Filippo Inzaghi was also disappointing. Milan supporters of hardline groups had already declared a boycott of the match and his team will not buy club merchandise.
Berlusconi bought Milan in the year 1986. In the last 30 years he made Milan one of the most successful clubs in the world with dozens of trophies won, including five Champions League titles.