The Italian side Ac.Milan is believed to be on the verge of switching ownership as Silvio Berlusconi is rumored to be thinking about selling a stake of his club. The Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol is interested in acquiring a majority stake of Ac.Milan with offers being launched in the past few weeks.
According to goal.com, a deal has already been discussed and Bee Taechaubol will be acquiring 20% stake of the club for a price of €195 million but that stake will increase in the next few months until the Thai businessman turns into 65% share.
Barbara Berlusconi is the CEO of Ac.Milan and she is expected to remain in charge in her current position as no changes will be made in this matter. However, the same cannot be said concerning the head coach FilippoInzaghi as his future might be reaching it’s end depending if whether or not the new owner wants to continue having Inzaghi in charge of the team.
There have been concerns regarding Silvio Berlusconi as fans of Ac.Milan are starting to believe that the billionaire has lost his passion for the Italian club as he has not given the team enough funds to properly compete in the Serie A and other top European competitions.
Fans of the Italian outfit are hoping that somebody else can take control of the club and inject some much needed cash that would allow the managers on signing players that would help them not only compete in the Italian League, Serie A but also in the Champions League.
Ac.Milan has not won the Serie A title since 2010 and supporters of the club are eager on ending this drought of major titles.