Big, iconic, and a little bit dangerous: the power of the Italian team.
In the last two years, Milan, under new owner Massimo Moratti, has achieved an incredible run of form and a first ever Champions League title.
It is now almost certain that Juventus will qualify for the Champions League final as well.
What does this mean for the future of Serie A?
It is difficult to say exactly what will happen with the Milan team.
Massimo has been involved in a number of transfers over the years, but has always been keen on a strong core of players, especially for his first team squad.
A few years ago, he was able to sign Andrea Pirlo from Liverpool and he seems to have done the same for other talented midfielders like Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Stephan El Shaarawy.
But he is still looking for a few more superstars in the future, and Milan will be hoping to add some more firepower to their squad with this summer’s signings of Gianluigi Buffon and Marco Verratti.
As for Juventus, the Italian giants have managed to keep their fans happy since the start of the season, and are currently in first place in Serie A. However, their current form does not inspire confidence and it seems that the club’s star power could disappear if Massimo is able to bring in a new leader.
What are the odds?
The Juventus transfer saga has been the subject of much speculation and analysis, but is there a chance that the Rossoneri could go through with the move?
This is certainly a gamble.
Massimiliano Allegri was one of the most popular figures in the Italian game in the early 90s, but he never really made it big in Serie B. He retired in 2002 and his reign ended with a 4-1 defeat to Juventus in the 2006 final.
The club was never able to recover and he did not return for the 2014-15 season.
Allegri’s last match for the club was against Torino on March 1, 2017, when the team lost 3-2.
The move would be a very risky one if Massimilian could not bring in the right players, particularly if he is able in the summer.