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15/05/2019 - 12:27 BST

AC Milan To Press Ahead With Arsenal Model

 




AC Milan will press ahead with a model based on Arsenal under Ivan Gazidis by focusing on signing young players with lower wages, who can be sold for a profit in the future.

Gazidis, who played a key role in appointing Unai Emery’s as the successor to Arsene Wenger at the Emirates, left the club last year to join AC Milan.
 
 



The former Arsenal chief executive took charge back in October and is expected to ring in the changes at the San Siro during the close season.

And according to Italian outlet Tutto Mercato, AC Milan will follow in the footsteps of the Arsenal model deployed under Gazidis.

 


The Italian giants will shift their recruitment strategy to signing young players with lower wages, instead of roping in blockbuster recruits this summer.



As such, AC Milan will be focused on more signings like Lucas Paqueta and Krzysztof Piatek in a bid to try and recruit players, who can be sold for a profit in the future.

However, it remains to be seen whether the new strategy can have a sustained impact on their fortunes next season.

 


It is also claimed the commercial team at AC Milan will also undergo a major revamp as part of Gazidis’ masterplan to make the club a big force in Europe again.

AC Milan are currently fifth in Serie A with 62 points from 36 games and are still hoping to finish in the top four.