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Rossoneri Round Up for Mar 30: AC Milan Could Greatly Benefit From Modified Financial Fair Play (FFP) System

Summary of Milan’s news and links for the day.

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La Gazzetta dello Sport via Pianeta Milan are reporting that AC Milan could be in for some relief if the proposed changes to Financial Fair Play go ahead. The FFP 2.0 is set to get rid of the stringent targets of FFP over a three year period especially the break even rule. The new rules are focused more on salary caps and tax schedules depending on the spending of clubs.

Milan were punished by UEFA twice in recent years resulting in the voluntary exclusion of the club from the 2019 Europa League and the signing of a settlement agreement. Milan’s debt has been steadily falling under Elliott however it has not fallen by enough for the moment to satisfy the requirements of FFP which applies the break-even rule over a three year term.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

  • Milan’s striker must prove his worth by the end of the season. [AC Milan Offside]
  • Milan could make a move for Napoli left back this summer. [AC Milan Offside]