Problems for Milan continue off the pitch despite Champions League success
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The Milan football team has made it to the semifinals of the Champions League and will face Inter.
However, the team is facing legal problems off the pitch, as the headquarters of one of the two companies that control Milan, Project Redblack, has been searched by police.
The search was ordered by Pascale Claude, a Luxembourg judge, on April 12.
It is not yet clear what the search was related to or what, if any, charges may be brought against the club or its ownership.
Previously, Milan was punished by UEFA for violating financial fair play rules and was temporarily barred from European competitions in 2019.
Despite this, Milan has been performing well on the field, and its return to the Champions League has been seen as a sign of the club's resurgence.
The legal troubles come at a potentially critical time for Milan, as the team hopes to secure a top-four finish in the Italian league and qualify for next season's Champions League.
The team's next match is against Sassuolo on April 21.
The search of Project Redblack's headquarters may lead to further legal and financial difficulties for Milan and its ownership.
It remains to be seen how the team will navigate these hurdles and whether it will continue to perform well on the field.
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