Galliani is well aware of the importance of forming stars of tomorrow.
â€śThe club wants to develop the youth sector and it also wants to do it away from the pitch,â€ť the CEO commented.
â€śEvery team has a mentor, while their school progress is also monitored. We assure you Milan is always looking to strengthen the youth sector and weâ€™re satisfied with the progress.
â€śWe want the youth sector to be what it was when President Silvio Berlusconi first arrived,â€ť added Galliani.
â€śIt has to be like the one in 1986 with Alessandro Costacurta, Filippo Galli, Paolo Maldini and Franco Baresi, that, along with Mauro Tassotti, won three European Cups together.
â€śWe strengthened the side but there were already players ready from the youth sector.
â€śWeâ€™ve got two top players in Mattia De Sciglio and Alessandro Matri that come from our youth sector. Theyâ€™ve made it to the top.
â€śAlessandro made his debut at Piacenza, heâ€™s been around a few clubs in Italy and heâ€™s back. Mattia is the model player for the club and the Coach. He cost Milan just â‚¬1,000.
â€śUnfortunately some clubs abroad have greater economic resources at their disposal, which is why we must continue to strengthen our youth sector. This is the clubâ€™s mission.
â€śWe need to bring players right up until the first team, that is the youth sector I want.â€ť
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