Former AC Milan director Umberto Gandini has questioned Elliott Management’s handling of the club.
Gandini commented on the work of chief exec Ivan Gazidis.
He said, “This is a very different club to all the others, because the owners aren’t involved in football. Their objective is to restructure Milan, get it close to what it ought to be worth and then monetize on their investment.
“I’ve known Gazidis for many years and I told him that being a CEO in Italy is very different to in other nations, as he’d have to answer for his decisions.
“Up until recently, I asked myself who are Milan, as they need to have a face and right now, they don’t. Is it the owner who decides, Gazidis, the President or the Coach? Before, their face was Gennaro Gattuso.”
— AC Milan (@acmilan) September 13, 2019