Silvio Berlusconi and Ac.Milan have been at the center of the media’s spotlight recently after reports claiming that the CEO Adriano Galliani would exit the Italian club but some days later it was confirmed that he stayed and now has a new business associate as Barbara Berlusconi will be working at a more internal level with Ac.Milan.

Not only that but also rumors emerging suggesting that Silvio Berlusconi would sell the club after so many bad results in the recent years. The 77 years old entrepreneur stepped up and said that he has no desire on selling the club and even said that the squad suffers when he is not leading them to the right path.

“When I am not dealing with AC Milan, they go wrong,” the club’s honorary president told the Corriere dello Sport. “Last year, after a disastrous start, I was more interested in Milan and we nabbed third place. I believe the team need extra care today, too.”

The Serie A is reaching its mid-way point of the season and Ac.Milan are struggling to find their stride having only collected 4 triumphs out of 15 matches played.

The January transfer window still has not opened up but Ac.Milan already has a number of signings and arrivals scheduled to be completed at the time it re-opens. Valencia’s Adil Rami and CSKA Moscow’s Keisuke Honda will join the Italian club hoping they can push the squad ahead and start a new year that see them fighting once more for the Scudetto.

Ac.Milan also wants to secure the services of Genoa’s Juraj Kucka with Niang being used as a bait. The French youngster has failed to score a single goal in Serie A and it is believed that the crew has lost faith in him which is why all fingers are pointing to him as the next player to be transferred out of the club.