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No big names needed
17.6 || Seamus

An outstanding piece posted on the official pages of AC Milan's official website, SA partner proudly proclaimed it's current European Champion squad and encouraged fans to think of the transfer market as something secondary to the club's needs. Here is the full piece titled "THE RIGHT PERSPECTIVE"


Summer is the best season to dream. And if you are keen on football, it is easy for you to imagine your team enriched with some new stars. It is easy, but not bound to happen. The question is one: do this Milan team need a big name or can just be content with some adjustments? Are you certain that a European Champion team, who won also the Coppa Italia and finished third-placed in the Serie A after being Winter Champion, really needs a great transfer-market campaign?

Milan can already count on many big names who are those players the fans and the club really wanted in order to bring the team back to the top flight. The signing of first-rate players was welcomed with enthusiasm in the last few seasons, the economical efforts were appreciated. Manuel Rui Costa and Pippo Inzaghi, Alessandro Nesta and Rivaldo, Clarence Seedorf and Andrea Pirlo, and all the rest. The Rossoneri wanted to return to their winning ways and clinch new successes, and they managed to do it. Milan have become great again. With this team, with this stars. Through the goals from Pippo Inzaghi and Shevchenko, through Pirlo's crosses and Gattuso's grit, through Maldini's class and Nesta's good clearances. Everyone made his contribution to the team.

Of course dreams are allowed, and should Milan sign new players, they would be warmly welcomed inside the Rossonero family. But all this must be looked at in perspective.

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