Milan Stated Make A Deal With Tare To Take Over As Maldini's Replacement

According to Il Messaggero, the issue surrounding Tare's aftermath and whether or not they will remain in Italy is still unresolved.

A couple of weeks ago, the Albanian DS parted ways with the Biancoceleste club, and his contract is set to expire on June 30. According to a credible newspaper, Tare's departure was accompanied by a shocking revelation: shortly after Maldini and Massara's departure, Tare was in close negotiations with Milan.

The arrival of Igli Tare is also very possible, as the current Milan owner didn't like transfer strategies that cost a lot of money.  The American businessman is more focused on young players at low prices.

During Tare's tenure, despite having minimal financial resources, Lazio was able to successfully shatter the monopoly of reigning Serie A champions, who are regularly frequented by wealthy clubs.

However, it should be noted that Igli Tare has a bad track record with Milan where he once said that the Rossoneri would go bankrupt, which may have affected his credibility.

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