Just because since selling AC Milan after its new club, Monza was elevated to Serie B on Monday, Silvio Berlusconi is searching for arrival to the top table of Italian football.
Monza was one of three clubs that climbed to second-level along with Vicenza and Reggina following Monday ‘s choice by the Italian Football Federation to end the regular Series C season and advance the top team from each of the three gatherings in the division.
“Monza will create a squad ready to go to the top of Series B,” Berlusconi was cited as saying by the local newspaper Il Cittadino.
Advancement (to Series A) may rely upon several variables, some of which are unanticipated. We know some quite well, however, and we’re going to attempt to make the majority of that.
For over 30 years, Berlusconi had recently claimed AC Milan, where the team won five European Cups and eight Series A titles.
In 2017 he was offering the club to a gathering headed by Chinese businessman Li Yonghong. The next year, after Li had defaulted on a loan to purchase the club, American store Elliott took over.
The 83-year-old media investor and previous Italian leader at that point purchased Monza for a minor 3,000,000 euros ($3.4 million) comparatively pittance and put heavily in the company. He has also brought Adriano Galliani, his historic right-hand man, to help manage the team to the top.
Subsequently, when the league was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic it was 16 focuses clear in their division. Berlusconi said that he never questioned the advancement of Monza, adding that he didn’t want his squad to be viewed as the third team of Milan.
The Lombardy club is a stone’s expendable from the historic home of both Milan and Berlusconi in Arcore, the announced scene of wild parties that a few visitors have allegedly gone down into bashes.