Players without a beard. Berlusconi sets strange conditions for his new club’s deals "How back to school"

Silvio Berlusconi, president of Italy’s new Serie A club Monza, has outlined some of the odd conditions that players must comply with in the 2022-2023 season.

Berlusconi, Milan’s former owner, has stipulated that the new contracts are made domestically and have Italian citizenship, in addition to his other requirements related to the appearance of the players.

According to the UK site Sport Bible, players must not have tattoos and none of them must wear earrings.

And the site added: “Players must not have beards on their faces and their hair must be neatly styled,” so much so that the 85-year-old Berlusconi provided the players with a hairdresser to help them achieve this goal.

The website states that “these conditions are similar to the return of schoolchildren to school after the summer holidays.”

But the site has confirmed that there will be some exceptions if Berlusconi manages to sign Argentine duo Paulo Dybala, whose contract with Juventus has expired, and Paris Saint-Germain striker Mauro Icardi.

Berlusconi managed to buy Monza on September 28, 2018, when the club played in the Italian third division.

Monza was the gateway to Berlusconi’s return to football two years after he sold Milan to Chinese owners who have won the Champions League five times and the Italian League eight times.

In just 4 years, Monza managed to get into the First Division.

Monza managed to sign 8 players during this summer transfer market, namely Stefano Sensi, Andrea Ranocchia and Michele Di Gregorio, the Inter trio, Leonardo Mancuso from Empoli, Pedro Pereira from Benfica, Valentin Antov from CSKA Sofia, Andrea Colbani and Davide Petella. Duo Atalanta.

Source: “Agency”

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