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|Member of the Senate|
|Assumed office |
23 March 2018
|Born||30 July 1944|
|Political party||Forza Italia|
|Known for||Deputy Vice Chairman and CEO of A.C. Milan|
Adriano Galliani (born 30 July 1944) is an Italian entrepreneur and football executive, former vice-chairman and CEO of A.C. Milan from 1986 to 2017, a period in the club's history known as the "Silvio Berlusconi era". During his tenure, Milan won five UEFA Champions League and eight Serie A titles among other achievements.
In 2018, Galliani became a chairman of Monza, a football club from his native town owned by Silvio Berlusconi. In January 2019, he made headlines for completing a total of 30 transfers in just one month.
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