AC Milan are considering a second Under-23 team, which would play in Lega Pro from the 2024-25 season. This is reported today by the Italian newspaper Tuttosport, which talks about the interest of the Rossoneri, who, like the other teams that are considering it, have made some requests.
First of all, the process for inserting the team in Lega Pro must be faster than the current one, in which you have to wait for the summer to get in line and see if there is a place. Secondly, clubs are asking to lower the initial contribution of 1.2 million euros, considered too high especially for medium-small teams.
The Italian football federation seems to agree to discuss the requests, but also has one to make: the teams will have to be composed almost entirely of Italian players eligible for the national teams. In the coming weeks, there will certainly be updates on this matter, we’ll see if they are positive, as relayed by MilanPress.it.
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