New York Yankees president Levine joins AC Milan’s board

New York Yankees president Levine joins AC Milan’s board

New York Yankees president Randy Levine has become a member of AC Milan’s board of directors, the Serie A club announced on Saturday.

Levine has been in charge of the iconic Major League Baseball team for over 20 years.

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« The club is delighted to welcome Randy Levine to the Board of Directors, » Milan chairman Paolo Scaroni said in a statement.

« Randy is a leading professional in sports and entertainment. His experience and expertise will integrate with ours, contributing to the growth path of the club and creating opportunities to expand its global appeal.


« The appointment of Randy will help us develop new synergies at a global level, in line with RedBird’s strategic vision, opening new horizons for the club and its fans. »

US investment firm RedBird Capital joined forces with the owners of the New York Yankees to complete the €1.2 billion ($1.24bn) acquisition of Milan in August.

The Serie A champions are second in the league table this season, nine points behind leaders Napoli.

Last week, Stefano Pioli’s side recently suffered a disappointing 3-0 loss to fierce rivals Inter Milan in the Italian Super Cup.


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