Berlusconi would keep the owner rights of AC Milan in case the Chinese consortium will be unable to complete the takeover.
“If the Chinese walk away, it wouldn’t be very pleasing to my father because selling the club is a very emotional experience for him,” Pier Silvio Berlusconi, a vice-president of AC Milan, told Italian radio.
“If that was the case, we would happily forge on ahead.”
“From an economic point of view it wouldn’t be damaging (for AC Milan) given the penalty, if we can call it that, is quite substantial,” added Pier Silvio.
“But the agreements and the down payments give me faith.”