Former AC Milan head coach Fabio Capello has expressed some concern about the lack of activity that the Rossoneri have had in the transfer market.
Milan are set to announce the signing of Divock Origi on a free transfer after he did his medical and signed his contract yesterday, but aside from that it has been a tale of frustration with Sven Botman heading for Newcastle United and PSG closing in on Renato Sanches.
Meanwhile, rival clubs are strengthening quickly. Inter have secured the return of Romelu Lukaku on a loan deal and Juventus look set to sign Paul Pogba and Angel Di Maria on free transfers, as the takeover situation and the lack of renewals from Maldini and Massara causes concern with Milan.
Former Rossoneri coach Capello spoke about the current situation at Milan in an interview with Il Giornale and he admitted that the current slowdown that is being experienced cannot be good for the market plans, with SempreMilan.it relaying his comments.
“I did not expect this stalemate from Milan. They took too long and missed out on some important targets. The Rossoneri directors are smart and good and had found the right players to reinforce the team but if you don’t hurry, then the French and the English clubs arrive and there is nothing for anyone,” he said.