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If Maldini wouldn't come back for Li's ownership due to lack of transparency, stability and all, why would he come back for Elliott? I mean, is Maldini trying to come back and be our SD for like three months until the next ownership group takes over?
And now Elliott have denied all reports that they have contacted possible future directors.
Elliot isn't interested in managing the club; it's all just bulls
Saeed Al-Falasi is again being linked with Milan, this time purchasing 30 per cent as a minority shareholder to help prop up Yonghong Li.

According to Oracolo Rossonero, the figure ready to buy 30 per cent of the San Siro side is the owner of International Triangle Group.

It was allegedly Al-Falasi and not Elliott Management who approached Paolo Maldini to enter the club hierarchy this week, a story that Elliott denied through news agency ANSA.



That is because Al-Falasi used Maldini’s friend Riccardo Silva as a broker for the deal.


Silva and Maldini worked together to set up NAFL franchise Miami FC.
Apparently the rumours are growing that Li has been in contact with both El Falasi and Stephen Ross, with the idea apparently being in the longterm they take full/majority ownership.

El Falasi would supposedly aim to convince Maldini to return. 

I think it's Corriere Della Sera that is reporting this, though most papers report similar things
Chairman of Saudi's General Sports Authority Turki Al Shikh to Gazzetta: "After the fairytales of Massimo Moratti and especially Silvio Berlusconi Milanese football is struggling, perhaps also because in China the main sport is ping pong. They do not fully appreciate football."

Al Shikh: "What future I foresee for Milan? The brand remain unique but the club has devalued with the transition to the Chinese ownership."

Al Shikh: "Saudi Arabia is ready to take the field [invest in Italian clubs] but the most significant obstacles must be removed. You have to recover credibility, starting with the unclear debts in some clubs."



Ping pong HAHAHAHAHA
well, it is, ping pong and badminton is more popular there
(06-11-2018, 11:38 AM)AC_Troy Wrote: [ -> ]Chairman of Saudi's General Sports Authority Turki Al Shikh to Gazzetta: "After the fairytales of Massimo Moratti and especially Silvio Berlusconi Milanese football is struggling, perhaps also because in China the main sport is ping pong. They do not fully appreciate football."

Al Shikh: "What future I foresee for Milan? The brand remain unique but the club has devalued with the transition to the Chinese ownership."

Al Shikh: "Saudi Arabia is ready to take the field [invest in Italian clubs] but the most significant obstacles must be removed. You have to recover credibility, starting with the unclear debts in some clubs."



Ping pong HAHAHAHAHA

It sucks supporting a club that doesn't have an Arab owner, but the having one would be amazing. In the backgrounds, spend hundreds of millions like peanuts and they actually adore football, what more could you ask for.
American billionaire John Fisher is interested in buying Milan. He would be supported by American Bank Goldman Sachs. Fisher holds a majority stake in baseball team Oakland Athletics. [il Sole 24]
Fisher has stake in Celtic too