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AC MILAN - Fassone: "We'll not work in January market unless it is strictly necessary"

14.11.2017 05.23 by Chiara Biondini  read 830
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AC MILAN will not work in January market - "unless it is strictly necessary". This is what emerged from the meeting between the CEO Marco Fassone and the small shareholders of the Rossoneri club, at the end of the shareholders' meeting this morning at Casa Milan, according to Sportmediaset.

The company expects the budget balance "in the third year of management", so in 2019-2020, when the stock market quotation was not excluded. Despite the "ordinary management improves", in particular the rates related to revenues, debts and players' management. AC MILAN  also do not exclude that in addition to the €60 million increase in capital, there may be "other subscriptions up to a maximum of €120 million".

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