Ac.Milan has gone from being considered as one of the best clubs in Europe to a club that is struggling just to secure victories on a consistent manner.
Their latest result saw the team of FilippoInzaghi only being able to snatch a draw against Empoli, a team that is located in the bottom spots of the Italian League and was just recently promoted to Serie A.
There has been criticism launched towards the owner of Ac.Milan, Silvio Berlucosni as he is simply not providing enough funds for the manager to acquire good players and this is why the Italian club has not enjoyed an impressive series of transfer windows in the past few years.
Things began to fall apart for Ac.Milan ever since Thiago Silva and ZlatanIbrahimovic were both offloaded to PSG and the club has not find any players that can fill in their boots.
Some fans are even suggesting Berlusconi to sell the club to someone who is actually interested and willing to finance the Italian side wherever they need it.
A few days ago it was reported that a Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol is willing and has already offered $1.14 billion in order to take controlling stake in Ac.Milan but Berlusconi has now stated that he is not interested in selling control of his club.
Bee Taechaubol is the executive director of the Southeast Asian private equity group Thai Prime Company Limited and the businessman was confident that a deal could be done but now after listening to the news that Berlusconi does not want to let go of his club, it seems like a deal could turn very difficult.
Fans of the Italian side are starting to get frustrated as they see Ac.Milan not being able to even compete in the Europa League and with an owner that is not as helpful or eager to spend money in the club as Berlusconi used to do some years ago.