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poor monza
Well ,that's team in order with their financial ability and Galliani's mercato magic.
I'm quite sure they could bring that club to a small Serie A level ... quite seriously. It could maybe be a way for Milan to qend some young players too (even if I think Leonardo and Galliani don't like each other anymore ... but Galliani was the maestro for Leonardo when he was learning).
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/...ustration/

Still uncertainty around Ivan Gazidis decision. I personally think that he will stay at Arsenal with an increase in wages.
Gazzetta reporting Gazidis is almost certainly coming.
Surprised no one's posted about it today, but Scaroni gave a pretty interesting interview:

https://www.football-italia.net/127939/c...nt-serie-a
https://www.football-italia.net/127940/s...idis-talks

I like how he's been conducting himself since becoming temporary president, he behaves with elegance and class, but speaks in a way where it's clear he's committed to the role.
Gazidis leads Milan starting Dec 1
Don't know what to think of him. Arsenal fans online keep shitting on him. Not sure if they are bitter that he is leaving or coz he is actually shit.
They do that cause he is a money man, save money make money not splash on transfers and such. A good percentage of Arsenal fans have been against him for years not just recently.
I think Gazidis is a good addition, I think his work with Arsenal's finances has been extraordinary and it's not like they've not been spending, you just need to see some of those they've bought to see they do spend. The problems at Arsenal have been he and Wenger weren't on the same page about how to proceed with the sporting project. Kind of ironic he's leaving the same year as Wenger.