AC Milan could face a player exodus this summer, following an UEFA suspension which excluded Rossoneri from participating in the next season’s Europa League.
Despite finishing sixth in the Serie A last season, the Italian giants have been given a huge slap in the face due to the club failing to comply with the Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.
As a result, AC Milan could end up losing some of their most prized assets who would be willing to steer away from any financial instability.
The latest reports have it that club captain Leonardo Bonucci could be the first one to leave the club with Manchester United said to be monitoring his situation closely.
The 31-year-old defender’s stock has plummeted of late but Jose Mourinho remains a huge fan of Bonucci’s ability and would reportedly be willing to bring him to Old Trafford this summer.
Former Juventus ace was also wanted by Manchester City before he moved to AC Milan.
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