Salvini claims Lukaku and Fonseca not fit for Milan, explaining reasons.

Matteo Salvini, the Infrastructure Minister and avid AC Milan supporter, has expressed his disappointment regarding the club’s decision to appoint Paulo Fonseca as the new manager.

Speaking on the radio programme “Un Giorno da Pecora,” Salvini did not hold back his concerns. “Fonseca? I am and will always be a Milanista,” said Salvini, making it clear that his loyalty to the club remains unwavering despite his displeasure.

In addition to discussing the managerial change, Salvini also addressed the potential signing of Romelu Lukaku in the upcoming transfer window. He indicated mixed feelings about the club’s ambitions in the transfer market.

The seasoned politician and football enthusiast highlighted his reservations about the direction the club is taking under the new leadership. However, he stopped short of completely dismissing the potential impact Lukaku could have on the team’s performance next season.

The visible involvement of high-profile fans like Salvini in football discourse underscores the passionate relationship between politics and sport in Italy, further amplifying the anticipation surrounding AC Milan’s future developments on and off the pitch.

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