La Gazzetta dello Sport published a fair share of criticism to the AC Milan team and also management who were involved in the previous summer transfer market window.
As pointed out by the newspaper, with Kjaer recovering from a serious injury, with Kalulu and Tomori doing very well last year, but at the first experience as starters, it was clear that a defender of international standing was needed.
It was also clear that Ciprian Tatarusanu cannot be enough for a team with Milan’s ambitions. But the responsibilities of Maldini and Massara fade into those of an ownership, RedBird, that has held back the growth project, beyond the spending constraints.
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