Fri 15 April 2022 | 19:40

Maldini on Milan being sold to InvestCorp: I don’t know much

'There could be a sale in the future of Milan, but I don't know when that moment will arrive,' Paolo Maldini says, implying the club is in talks with Investcorp.

It appears that the club is definitely in talks with Investcorp, as

Paolo Maldini

said, "There may well be an exit for

Milan

at some point in the future, but I don't know when that time will come."

Two successive goalless draws against

Bologna

and Torino have put additional pressure on the Rossoneri, who have seen their lead at the top of the table reduced to just two points. As a result of Inter's 3-1 victory over Spezia earlier this evening, the Nerazzurri are now officially in first place on the table.

"We did a good job this week; obviously, the fewer games there are left, the more crucial it is to take advantage of every opportunity. After seeing Inter's result, the only thing left for us to do tonight is winning," Maldini said on

DAZN

.

On the subject of transfer activity in the January window, a question was posed to the director, particularly given the fact that Olivier Giroud has no choice but to continue playing due to

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

's injury concerns.

"We were unable to intervene in the attack in January due to a lack of resources." We had the impression that we were in terrific shape and that we had gotten off to a strong start this year. Naturally, Ibra's extended absence is a source of concern for our organization.

"In terms of defense,

Pierre Kalulu

has performed above and beyond all expectations." According to sources, AC Milan have already reached an agreement with Liverpool striker Divock Origi, who will join the club as a free agent on July 1. "With six rounds left to play, I'd like to concentrate solely on this season for the time being," Maldini responded.

Additionally, the director was inevitably quizzed on recent reports that Milan's owners Elliott Management are in talks to sell the club for €1 billion to a Bahrain-based investment fund, according to the Financial Times. "I'm not really knowledgeable about it." Naturally, there is a possibility that Milan will be sold in the future. I'm not sure when that moment will arrive for me.

"With only a few games remaining in the season, I believe it is in everyone's best interests to concentrate on trying to win the championship." In addition, we have the Coppa Italia semi-final to contend with." The first leg finished in a 0-0 draw for Inter, and the final will be played at the San Siro on Tuesday evening.


source: SportMob

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