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AC Milan Majority Shareholder Reportedly Doubles Investment To $225M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 30 / 16

AC Milan’s prospective new majority shareholder Li Yonghong has "reportedly doubled his investment" from €100M ($112M) to €200M ($225M) as talks with Paolo Maldini are lined up, according to FOOTBALL ITALIA. Corriere della Sera reported club GM Marco Fassone wants Maldini to "spearhe...

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