The president of Milan talks about the club’s ambitions, January transfers and Ibrahimovic

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The president of Milan, Paolo Scaroni, has insisted that qualifying for the Champions League is the ‘minimum objective’ for every season for the “Rossoners”, as he has also commented on a possible return of Ibrahimovic and the January reinforcements.

“Milan must always be in the Champions League, this is our minimum objective for every season,” Scaroni told Mediaset.

“I feel anxious when we play these matches. In fact, every match actually, but in these even more so.”

Milan are dealing with a number of injuries with the likes of Rafael Leao, Pierre Kalulu, Simon Kjaer and Noah Okafor missing, so reinforcements are likely in January.

“I can’t say anything specific, but I know that Furlani is focused on the January transfer window. The financial stability we have allows us to look at several options”, said Scaroni.

He was also asked about Milan’s plans regarding the construction of the stadium. Will they build their stadiums, or will they renovate the “Giueseppe Meazza” stadium.

“Unfortunately, it is difficult to make plans in Italy. We hope to start construction next year so that the stadium will be ready for the 2029/29 season,” he added.

There are also off-field plans for the “Rossoners”, who are trying to bring Ibrahimovic back to the club, but this time in a different role.

“I think he will talk to Gerry Cardinale tonight as they have a great rapport. We are all waiting to see how Ibra will act. I think that the presence of Cardinale makes us understand that Ibrahimovic’s future is in Milan”, concluded Scaroni.

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