Earlier today, 200 fans from Milan’s Curva Sud travelled to Silvio Berlusconi’s villa in Arcore to protest about the clubs current state and lack of movement in the transfer market.
The Curva Sud is fed up. Known as being nuts, they certainly have a right to be in this situation. With the Chinese preliminary agreement delayed, the Rossoneri’s transfer market is reportedly “blocked.” The only signing of the summer came at the end of June as Pescara’s Gianluca Lapadula was brought in.
Today the Curva held up many signs, a big one which said in Italian, “Ora Basta” meaning “enough” and many small signs against Galliani, and demanding clarity and respect to Milan’s fanbase.
The Curva was also chanting “We want our Milan back” multiple times, before Berlusconi agreed to meet with one of the delegates from the Curva.
The meeting lasted about 30 minutes and the protest then ended, as Milanisti hope to see answers in the transfer market very soon.