AC Milan hero Demetrio Albertini says his old club needs direction.
FIGC's technical director says Milan lack a clear plan.
“In my opinion there's great confusion," Albertini told La Gazzetta dello Sport. “I believe that Milan have lost a valid element, but it's like in the dressing room.
“If there are many stars, many heads will collide, it's useless to search for the guilty one. It's not that someone made a mistake, in the end the season has gone wrong and Milan are the losers.
“Now, they need a clear sporting project. It's of no use to start from scratch every year. If Milan are only an economic project, let them say it."
He added: “Investing in the youth is correct, but the youngsters in Italy aren't enough. Experienced players are needed to help the youngsters grow and I say this out of experience.
“Young people can't have consistency. The Italian clubs need Italian players. I grew up in a strong team, I won thanks to the Dutch and thanks to [George] Weah and [Zvonimir] Boban and others, then there were us.
“The sense of belonging and experts to learn from. Without it, the young players are not enough."