A big part of AC Milan’s success this season has come from the growth of their young players, in particular a quartet who have exploded this season.
La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) talks about how Elliott Management’s diktat to the directors regarding a youth project is beginning to bear some serious fruit as the Rossoneri squad continues to see its value increased.
Looking at some signings under their tenure, Theo Hernandez has gone from being worth €40m at the start of the 2021-22 season to being a €60m player now, while Sandro Tonali went from a €20m signing to a €50m man.
Looking at the centre-back pairing, Fikayo Tomori was a €30m signing and he is now worth €45m at least, while Pierre Kalulu was signed for less than €1m from Lyon and he is now worth €25m.
Four players who were worth €90m at the beginning of the season and are now worth €180m.