Bonucci and Biglia are officially Milan players after banking controversies get over
AC Milan have successfully registered the signings of Leonardo Bonucci and Lucas Biglia after reports emerged that Milan’s guarantees involved in the signing of Leonardo Bonucci and Lucas Biglia had been rejected by Banco BPM.
According to Milan TV, the guarantees needed by the Rossoneri have been deposited through the IFIS Bank.
The Serie A teams are required to register players for the upcoming season by August 11th, and the Rossoneri were hoping that Banco BPM would cover them with regard to these two acquisitions. AC Milan failed to register the signings of Bonucci and Biglia before their first two official games of the season. The rossoneri, in fact, could not field neither Bonucci nor Biglia for their first two official games of the season against Craiova.
AC Milan general manager Marco Fassone and Mirabelli are now working to include Bonucci and Biglia in the rossoneri squad list for the next two Europa League play-off games against Shkendija.
Milan have already created a stir in the summer transfer window by spending around £160 million on nearly a whole new team so far, landing in some big coups in the shape of Leonardo Bonucci, Andre Silva, Mateo Musacchio and Lucas Biglia in this process.
They have also captured the likes of Hakan Calhanoglu, Andrea Conti, Ricardo Rodriguez, Przemyslaw Bargiel and Antonio Donnarumma; managing to convince ‘keeper Donnarumma to stay at the club in the process too.
With their summer spending spree all set to stretch on, Milan have reportedly taken the decision to go for the kill in their persuit of a big-name attacker after they were left frustrated in their chases of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Andrea Belotti.
Milan have already roped in Silva from Porto but they are in search of another attacker after they put up Carlos Bacca on sale, with the latter heavily linked with a move to Everton.