The University of Milano is not happy about the news that the team is to move to the US, after the club was forced to announce its transfer plans earlier this week.
The announcement was made by head coach Luca Toni at a press conference on Monday, with the player to be the first to officially be announced as a permanent replacement.
“This transfer has not gone as planned,” Toni said.
Toni said that he would be “surprised” if the team did not be in the top half of the table.”
There are no plans for us to continue playing in the Europa League.”
Toni said that he would be “surprised” if the team did not be in the top half of the table.
The transfer of the club has been met with mixed reactions in the Italian press.
The Daily Express described it as a “disgrace” and the L’Equipe newspaper claimed that the move was a “re-shuffle”.
However, it is also not the first time the University of Milan has been linked with a move to Los Angeles.
In 2012, the club moved to the city and announced that they would play in the LA Galaxy’s stadium.