Galliani aiming high
AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani says his club's priority next season will be the UEFA Champions League. The Rossoneri are one step away from claiming their first scudetto since 2004 while they are also still alive in the Coppa Italia.
Milan need just one more point from their three remaining Serie A games to clinch their 18th league title. "If we win the league, our transfer market will be one of champions," Galliani said. "The Champions League more than ever will be our main priority."
The Rossoneri have not won Europe's elite club competition since the 2006/07 campaign and were knocked out in the second round by Tottenham Hotspur earlier this year. "It didn't go well for us against Tottenham this season," Galliani said. "Let's hope we have fewer injury problems next term."
Reports in Italy have placed Milan are already focusing in pole position to sign Brazil international Ganso from Santos. The 21-year-old playmaker is attracting the interest of a host of clubs throughout Europe and could move to the San Siro outfit this summer.