AC Milan president Silvio Berlusconi has revealed former defender Paolo Maldini could potentially return to the club in the future.
The 47-year-old club legend spent his entire playing career with the Rossoneri, winning seven Serie A titles and five European Cups during 24 years of service.
“Maldini? I don’t think that Maldini is available at the moment, but one day we can discuss this idea,” Berlusconi told Mi-Tomorrow. “Milan’s doors will always be open to those who made the club’s history.”
Berlusconi admitted that while a club owned stadium is required to compete at the very top level, the prospect of leaving the San Siro in the near future is unlikely.
“A club owned stadium is the future of football, but at the moment there aren’t the conditions, in Milano, to leave San Siro.”