Adriano Galliani is satisfied with what he sees at Milan this summer and is happy to see Gianluigi Donnarumma still here.
Today is the 73rd birthday of former CEO Adriano Galliani (it’s also the 33th birthday of Barbara Berlusconi) and it’s his first birthday in 30 years that he is celebrating without being part of Milan.
Galliani was recently appointed the new President of Mediaset Premium, which is owned by Silvio Berlusconi’s group, and today he spoke to Radio Sportiva, discussing Milan who have been the stars of the summer, having signed 10 players for over €200m.
“Milan? I am relaxed, as we sold the club to a buyer who is engaging in an important summer of transfer activity. I’m satisfied and on Thursday I will be at San Siro for the second leg of the Europa League tie with Craiova,” Galliani, who was at Milan from 1986 to 2017, said.
“President Berlusconi always asks about the situation and Milan will remain forever in our hearts. Gianluigi Donnarumma [who signed a four-year extension this summer]? I don’t comment on transfer operations, but as a Milan fan, I am happy that he stayed and he was also decisive in Romania.
“I was at Milan for many years, then Fininvest sold the club and I left along with them. I’ll never leave this group.” Galliani will be at San Siro on Thursday, along with over 50k fans who’ve bought tickets.