Milan problem this season only one : Money

@adhyz82 (36289)
Indonesia
August 15, 2012 10:33am CST
what do you think about the problem for Milan?? i think Milan only have 1 bigger problem..Money.. without money, they are nothing this season..They must sell Ibra and Silva.. and they are hardly for taking back Kaka...They even convince Kaka for reducing his salary..OMG.. Now they must buy one from 2 forward, Matri or Boriello.. And the problems appear again..Milan oh Milan..
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@rappeter13 (5298)
• Romania
15 Aug 12
Don't worry, Milan has always come back after a rough period and they will do the same now again. Maybe this season will be difficult, but in a period of 2-3 years they will be back in the top positions in Italy and they will have a squad that will fight for European titles. As long as I can remember, all the major Italian teams have had the same fate and the national team as well. When they are good, they are very good, when they are having a rough time, they will recover. So even if they don't have too much money now, soon they will have it and then Milan will be a force again for a few seasons.
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• United States
16 Aug 12
I don't think they will sell Ibrahimovic, even though they may really try. He's too expensive in terms of payroll, and nobody is really looking for that expense of an aging striker. Not even MAN U. I think Milan are in a holding pattern. THey don't really need many new players, but they don't really need to sell either... besides the transfer market is insane. City and other clubs have bid prices up for players so high that it makes it harder for other sides to get realistic bids in.
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@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
16 Aug 12
@rap : the problem for Milan this season is complicated..they lost some power for competing with another team in Serie A..i don`t think Milan is favourite this season..iam not sure..
• Romania
16 Aug 12
@sirfixalotmn: Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva have been sold already to PSG and Ibra has already scored twice in the first game of the season, 2-2 against Lorient. So Milan has lost many players in this summer and failed to sign anybody important. @adhyz: I also think that Milan will be a team which will have problems this year, but in 2-3 years they will get back and be a power again. This is the case will all the important Italian teams and Milan is symbolizing this pattern the best from all the other Italian teams.
@sjlskl (3385)
• Singapore
17 Aug 12
They are facing some problems over the lack of money. This is quite a surprising. They should have a substantial fund after selling off Ibra and Silva. Seems like it is not to be and the season will be a long one for them.
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@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
17 Aug 12
i see..So Milan must follow their Serie A with a difficult situation.. i predict that Milan will get normally situation more than 3 years.. iam not sure this season, they wil be strong.. they should learn how to play without Ibra... no more player like Ibra in their squad now..Cassano style is not like Ibra...
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
16 Aug 12
So then Milan is waiting for it's Arab investor then!! I tell you if they hear that Milan is up for sale, there will be many queuing up and there would be another price surge in the transfer market. Cheers! Ram
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
16 Aug 12
i hear that Russian president will helps Milan and donate some of his money to Milan.. so which one is true??
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@ram_cv (16516)
• India
18 Aug 12
Russian President!! So now Presidents are running for the clubs. :) Cheers! Ram
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
18 Aug 12
i don`t know if the true news or now..i still said it is rumour
@jkct02 (2860)
• Malaysia
15 Aug 12
In this age of professional football, no money means no big name players joining. Maybe Milan should start learning from Barcelona how to do a proper youth academy to unearth and develop good talents. If they are lucky they could see the result in 10 years. They can also study the business way of Arsenal buy young, unproven players to make them superstars then sell them to earn big profits. If they are lucky, they can earn from their investment in 3 years.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
16 Aug 12
Milan is late now..They have no good academic school like Barcelona.. I think the best one in Serie A is only AS ROMA..some of the AS ROMA youngster become the choice in the first squad of AS ROMA..it had been done since Zdenek Zeman in the first era..He promote Totti when Totti below 20 years old..
@jkct02 (2860)
• Malaysia
17 Aug 12
The problem with a lot of clubs is that they have no time. Owners come and go. Managers come and go. No manager can wait 3 years to see results. No investors want to wait 3 years to see results. They all like it fast. Even Barcelona, they too buy in the market even though they have good youth academy. Arsene Wenger can still keep his job because they are still playing Champions League football. He would have been sacked a long time ago if they were only the 5th or 6th team on the league table. No one will say how nice he was to bring in and grow youngsters. A manager is judged by the content of his trophy cabinet, not his team's playing style or business sense. So paying big money to lure good players is the reality. It is nice when you can get him free. But that doesn't happen in a million years.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
17 Aug 12
If we are talking about Wenger, i just say, he is unlucky..He is one of the smartest coach and manager...But he is not alone for making decision...Sometimes his deeply heart is lost from the voice of management of Arsenal
• Indonesia
15 Aug 12
we still wait until the end of August or the end of transfer market. Galliani said that he will make a surprise for Milan fans. We'll have at least new defense player and one forward player. as Milanisti, I'm not worry with this problem. We're known as rich club which very careful to purchase money for player
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
15 Aug 12
iam sorry redva...iam talking about fact now.. Ibrahimovic comes to Milan (first time as loan)and Milan must save until 1 year for buying Ibrahimovic as permanent.. They want to make the same things to Alexei Sanchez..they offer him as on loan and then next year buy him permanently..unfortunatelly, Barcelona did not want to do the same thing.. Now Milan want to choose , to buy Matri or Boriello.. Juventus put 15 millions poundsterling for Matri.. Borrie can be borrowed by Milan, but his salary is still higher for milan, 4 millions poundsterling.. what can we say if one club have no money for making any player transfer this season?? Maybe surprised news, Robinho will be sold to another club, because he refuse to decrease his salary
• Indonesia
20 Aug 12
Robinho will stay in Milan. In fact, he reject the offer comes from Sao Paulo, his old club. but may be something will happen with Cassano. I wish him stay. I do hope Milan will made a good buy before the transfer market is closed. Hopefully more than just Boriello. He is good player, but Milan need more than just "Boriello"
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
20 Aug 12
if Milan buy again Boriello, it will be same..because Boriello had ever become Milan player...They should buy the player like Higuain or maybe Dzeko...but iam not sure if Milan have much money for them.. for Higuain it is impossible..he had extended his contract with Real Madrid..maybe Andy Caroll, Edin Dzeko or Adebayor will be good signing for Milan this season..
• Indonesia
25 Aug 12
Yes, I know it, the main problem this season Milan were financial problems. Although Milan has sold Ibra and Silva, but it still can not fix their financial problems due to Kaka return to Milan as they hit financial difficulties. Now they have to think how to bring in players but not constrained by money.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
25 Aug 12
money and money it is the biggest obstacle for Milan this season.. they really wants to recruits many player but it is failed..
• Indonesia
16 Aug 12
I think it happens because the Financial Fair Play by UEFA. Many clubs, including Inter too, forced to sell their players, especially those with high wages. I'm not too following this FFP, but i think clubs have started to think wisely, if they don't want to be punished not able to compete in Europe because of this FFP.
@adhyz82 (36289)
• Indonesia
16 Aug 12
the first victim of this regulation is Malaga.. They should sell some of their stars..Santi Cazorla must be sold to Arsenal because Malaga is bangkrupt..