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November 2016

Sacchi: 'Milan clubs difficult'
30.11 || webmaster

Former Italy and Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi has stated that Inter 'are a difficult team' and Milan 'have no identity'.

After he told the Press that Juventus lack credible rivals for the title, and also asserted that Roma are 'struggling with a thousand problems'.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Fininvest asks for AC Milan investors
30.11 || webmaster

Fininvest is requesting the full list of potential investors in Milan before accepting a delay, according to reports.

Rumours have been growing in recent days that the Chinese consortium Sino-Europe Sports will ask for an extension on the December 13 deadline to complete their purchase of the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Calabria doesn’t need surgery
30.11 || webmaster

Davide Calabria is still suffering with an ankle injury, but Milan have confirmed the defender doesn’t need surgery.

The full-back hasn’t featured since a 0-0 draw with Fiorentina in September, having hurt his ankle in training shortly after.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan show Gabbiadini interest
30.11 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly considering an offer for misfiring Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini.

The 25-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away, as he has struggled to fit in with Maurizio Sarri’s 4-3-3 system, especially following the injury to central striker Arkadiusz Milik.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sampaoli: 'Bacca unhappy at AC Milan'
29.11 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca “told us it’s not a good moment for him at Milan and it would be great to have him with us,” said Sevilla Coach Jorge Sampaoli.

The striker visited his old club during the weekend and even trained with them, fuelling reports he wanted a return to Spain.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan buyers agree new €100m deposit?
29.11 || webmaster

La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Milan have agreed to delay closing to January 15 with another €50m-€100m deposit from Chinese buyers.

President Silvio Berlusconi reiterated yesterday that the club “has been sold,” though the closing date set for December 13 looks to be postponed.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan return for Musacchio
29.11 || webmaster

Milan will reportedly sell Carlos Bacca, Jose Sosa and Keisuke Honda, to fund moves for Mateo Musacchio and Sebastian Rudy.

The Rossoneri spent most of the summer pursuing Villarreal defender Musacchio, but ultimately couldn’t get the deal across the line.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Empoli 1:4 AC Milan - match report
26.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Lapadula 15, 77 (M), Saponara 17 (E), Suso 61 (M), Costa og 64 (M)

Gianluca Lapadula bagged his first Serie A brace with Suso also on target as Milan recovered from a shaky start to crush Empoli 4-1.

Vincenzo Montella rested several stars and had Alessio Romagnoli back from injury. Manuel Pucciarelli, Vincent Laurini and Levan Mchedlidze were sidelined. Milan had one defeat in the last 10 games, whereas the Tuscans had won just one in the same period.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca attends Sevilla game
26.11 || webmaster

Milan striker Carlos Bacca sparked transfer speculation after attending a Sevilla game while his teammates played Empoli.

The 30-year-old Colombia international has failed to score in his last six games for the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bertolacci & Romagnoli back for AC Milan
25.11 || webmaster

Milan have named Andrea Bertolacci and Alessio Romagnoli in their 23-man squad for Saturday’s Serie A trip to Empoli.

Bertolacci’s inclusion is especially significant, given the midfielder has only played five minutes for Milan this season, coming on the opening day against Torino, and spent the following three months sidelined with a hamstring injury.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan want Gagliardini in January?
25.11 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly weighing up a move for Atalanta midfielder Roberto Gagliardini in January.

According to Calciomercato.com, Gagliardini’s profile fits in with Silvio Berlusconi’s ideology of a Milan team built on a foundation of talented, young Italians.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montolivo: 'Locatelli extremely talented'
25.11 || webmaster

Injured Milan Captain Riccardo Montolivo has praised 18-year-old Manuel Locatelli, who has stepped in to replace him in the side.

"There has been an improvement both in terms of individuals and the collective and it is a pleasure to see this team play," the midfielder told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: 'AC Milan sale Dec 13, but...'
23.11 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi said “the closing will be on December 13, it’s all done, but if it isn’t then I’ll take back Milan with great pleasure.”

The mixed message came in an interview the President gave to TV show Matrix.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Luca Antonini announces retirement
23.11 || webmaster

Lego Pro club Prato have announced the retirement of former Milan full-back Luca Antonini.

The 34-year-old enjoyed two separate spells with the Rossoneri, making 81 appearances for the club between 2008-2013.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan to offload Luiz Adriano
23.11 || webmaster

Milan striker Luiz Adriano is set to leave the club in January, but his price tag could prove to be a stumbling block.

Tuttosport reports that the Brazilian will be free to join another club during the transfer window, but the Rossoneri require €3m in an attempt to recoup some of his hefty transfer fee.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:2 Inter - match report
21.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Suso 43, 58 (M), Candreva 53 (I), Perisic 92 (I)

Suso bagged a brace for Milan and Antonio Candreva scored a screamer, but Ivan Perisic grabbed Inter’s 2-2 derby draw in stoppages.

The Rossoneri knew a victory would propel them into second place, as Roma lost at Atalanta earlier today, while the Nerazzurri were making their debut under new Coach Stefano Pioli after Frank de Boer’s dismissal. Pioli moved Gary Medel into centre-back, returning from a three-match ban, while Marcelo Brozovic was preferred to Ever Banega. Gustavo Gomez was in the Milan defence for injured Alessio Romagnoli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi thanks AC Milan fans
21.11 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi thanked Milan fans after their choreography in the Derby della Madonnina “moved me to tears”.

The Rossoneri President is on the verge of selling the club to a group of Chinese investors, and the Curva Sud held up a giant banner showing the patron surrounded by the trophies of his 30-year reign.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonaventura: Not all doom & gloom
21.11 || webmaster

Giacomo Bonaventura insists “it’s not all doom and gloom” for Milan after their derby heartbreak, despite “regret” with Inter’s late equaliser.

Milan failed to keep the gap on Juve closed to five points after Ivan Perisic’s last-gasp equaliser for Inter in a 2-2 draw at San Siro on Sunday, but Bonaventura believes his side have more than enough to be happy about.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Suso: AC Milan on right track
21.11 || webmaster

Suso insists Milan’s “road is still the right one”, despite being “only half happy” with Sunday’s point against Inter in the Derby della Madonnina.

Suso’s brace gave Milan the lead twice against Inter, yet while his side ultimately succumbed to a 2-2 draw in the dying embers at San Siro, the former Liverpool starlet remained confident in the Rossoneri’s direction.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini: 'Incredible Montella job'
21.11 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini believes Vincenzo Montella “has done an incredible job” as Milan Coach, but he’s not sure about a top three finish.

“Montella has done an incredible job and many lads have really proved themselves, so I have been very impressed with Milan so far this season,” Maldini told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Juventus join Badelj chase
18.11 || webmaster

Juventus are also in the running for Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj, opening up a bidding war with Milan, Inter, Atletico Madrid and Chelsea.

The Croatia international declared he would not be extending his contract in Florence, so could leave in January or at the end of the season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Could Romagnoli face Inter?
18.11 || webmaster

Milan have not entirely lost hope of starting Alessio Romagnoli against Inter on Sunday, claim Sky Sport Italia.

Romagnoli picked up a muscular injury at San Siro during Italy’s 0-0 friendly draw with Germany on Tuesday evening.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Locatelli: Something special at AC Milan
18.11 || webmaster

Manuel Locatelli claims he and his fellow Milan youngsters can lead the Rossoneri to success in “the next 10 years” as “something special is brewing” at San Siro.

Locatelli has been a revelation for Milan since being given his first-team breakthrough by Vincenzo Montella, the 18-year-old midfielder most notably scoring against Juventus in a 1-0 victory for the Diavolo and being summoned to train with Italy’s senior squad.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan approach Rudy
18.11 || webmaster

Milan are in contact with TSG Hoffenheim midfielder Sebastian Rudy, according to Sky Sport Italia.

It’s reported the Rossoneri took the opportunity of Tuesday night’s friendly between Italy and Germany to enter negotiations with his entourage.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abbiati: 'AC Milan players didn't work'
18.11 || webmaster

Ex-Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati reveals last season “there were players who didn’t train well, argued and were bad for the group.”

The retired shot-stopper spoke to 7Gold television about the sudden transformation this term and what was missing last year.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inter Have Entered The Race To Sign AC Milan Target Milan Badelj
18.11 || webmaster

It looks like the battle on the field between two the world's biggest football rivals is going to be in the transfer window along with the pitch. Both teams are interested in signing Badelj who currently plays for Fiorentina. AC Milan has been tracking the player closely and even tried to purchase him during the summer but was unsuccessful.

AC Milan's manager Vincenzo Montella is a huge fan of the Croatian midfield player who he used to manage during his time as manager of Fiorentina. Due to the current manager's relationship with the player, they feel it will give them the edge over other teams interested in signing him who is apparently available at around €15 million. They are desperate to find a new player to replace Ricardo Montolivo who is currently out injured for six months with a cruciate ligament tear which he picked up on international duty.

AC Milan's biggest rivals though are also interested in the Croatian International. Stefano Pioli the new manager of Inter Milan has requested that the board buy the player during the January transfer market. The manager believes that the midfielder could be the solution he is looking for to help the team progress.

Inter have had a mixed season so far and the fans will be disappointed that they currently sit in 9th place having won five, drawn two and lost five. They need to find consistency on the pitch if they are going to reach the champions league qualification next season and singing the Badelj could be the answer to that. It remains to be seen if Fiorentina would be prepared to sell to Inter as they currently sit one place above them in 8th and selling their star player will not help them finish above Inter and possibly qualify for European competition.

Piero Ausilio the Inter Milan director has stated that he has made contact with Fiorentina along with the player's manager in the hope to persuade him to join them. AC Milan made an offer for the player of €9 million during the summer transfer window but that was rejected. They are expected to increase this offer during to January window and it could end up in a bidding war between the two clubs.

The two Italian giants are not the only team that is tracking Badelj. Chelsea's new Italian boss Antonio Conte is a huge fan of the midfield player and have asked to be kept in form of any developments. Conte was at the match between Torino Vs Fiorentina which ended in a 2-1 result against the home team.

Chelsea is flying high currently in the Premier League and sit second on 25 points. They are only one point from current leaders Liverpool and are determined to qualify this season for the Champions League after having a disastrous season last campaign. If the Blues do sign Badelj they will need to sell one of their midfielders to find space to add the player to their squad. Both John Obi Mikel and Cesc Fabregas are the likely candidates to be sold as they have both been struggling to get match time.

Florentina will not want to let their star man leave, especially during the middle of the season. However, the player enters the final year of his contract in the summer which will greatly devalue the midfielder’s value. If they get a big offer during January, it will be hard for them to turn it down. The best online betting websites have AC Milan as the favorites at the moment but if a bidding war starts that could change very quickly.

Serie A: AC Milan vs. Inter - match preview
18.11 || webmaster

It does seem a bit strange but it's been quite some time since AC Milan have been favourites in the Milan derby, but they do seem to be for the upcoming one.

The red & black team have had a very good season so far. Newly appointed manager Vincenzo Montella had a rough start but after losing twice in a row with Napoli and Udinese the Rossoneri have only lost points in two of their last nine games. They have defeated current champions Juventus and are on track to grabbing one Champions League spot.

What's even more interesting that Milan's team is very young and while this lack of experience might prove tricky in Serie A, they have managed to handle it successfully, despite what the Serie A betting odds showed at the start of the season.

On the other side, Inter's defence performance is far from spectacular, maybe the new coach Stefano Pioli may be able to improve on that. However, if it will act as it did during the previous games, Milan's attacking players may find it easy to break. Carlos Bacca hasn't scored in over a month but it doesn't take much of a chance for him to do so.

Rumours are circling that Gianluca Lapaula may be favoured over the Colombian. The former scored a spectacular winner against Palermo while Bacca will only be back from his International call-up on Thursday and his fatigue might be taken into account when making the choice.

As for Inter, Mauro Icardi has proven decisive several times so far and continues to be the star player along with goalkeeper Samir Handanovic. The Argentinian striker is leading the Serie A goalscorers rankings with 10 goals. On top of that he also rovided 3 assists.

Icardi's job might be made easier by the fact that Milan's Alessio Romagnoli is likely to miss the match due to an injury.

As for stats, Inter's Pioli leads Montella nine to five with only one draw.

To sum things up, it will certainly be an interesting encounter and if history is of any help, these games are usually won by the underdogs.

Milan (W W L W W)

Inter (W L W L L)

Last season: Milan 3-0 Inter

Milan (probable): Donnarumma; Abate, Paletta, Gomez, De Sciglio; Kucka, Locatelli, Bonaventura; Suso, Bacca, Niang

Suspended: None

Inter (probable): Handanovic; Ansaldi, Miranda, Murillo, Santon; Medel, Joao Mario; Candreva, Banega, Perisic; Icardi

Suspended: None

Balotelli: 'Berlusconi no gentleman'
15.11 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli said he’ll be cheering on Milan against Inter, but President Silvio Berlusconi “is not a gentleman” and praised Adriano Galliani.

On Sunday there will also be the Derby della Madonnina at San Siro and Balo played for both clubs, although has always been a self-confessed Rossoneri supporter.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Costacurta: ‘AC Milan, spend in January’
15.11 || webmaster

Alessandro Costacurta says Milan must spend in January to reach the Champions League, and discusses the Derby della Madonnina.

The Rossoneri are currently third in Serie A, which would mean Champions League qualification if they could maintain that position until the end of the season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Vangioni could join Sevilla’
15.11 || webmaster

Leonel Vangioni’s agent confirms “we’re in negotiations” to leave Milan, and Sevilla would be “very welcome”.

The left-back joined the Rossoneri on a free transfer from River Plate this summer, but he hasn’t made a single appearance so far.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan told Schneiderlin costs €14m
12.11 || webmaster

Milan will need to spend €14m to get Morgan Schneiderlin from Manchester United in January.

The Rossoneri are known to be seeking reinforcements in midfield and are in the process of a takeover by Chinese investors.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Thiago Silva 'no Juventus talks'
12.11 || webmaster

Thiago Silva’s agent wants to clarify that his contract with Paris Saint-Germain runs to 2018 and he has “not talked to Juventus.”

There were multiple reports a few weeks ago that the defender was getting ready to walk away as a free agent when his deal was due to expire at the end of this season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Honda: 'I could've left AC Milan'
12.11 || webmaster

Keisuke Honda reveals he “is not dying to leave Milan. I could’ve gone, but the offers I received were inadequate.”

The Japan international’s contract is due to expire at the end of the season and a renewal is very unlikely.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan closing set for Dec 2
10.11 || webmaster

New reports suggest Milan will complete the ‘closing’ of the sale to Chinese investors on December 2.

The new owners have already appointed several key members of staff to help smooth the transition.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan consider Bacca swap
10.11 || webmaster

Reports claim Milan want to swap Carlos Bacca for Edin Dzeko, but Roma won’t discuss it until the summer.

The Rossoneri are in the midst of a takeover, with Chinese consortium Sino-Europe Sports set to buy the club from Silvio Berlusconi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Fernandez: ‘AC Milan a dream’
9.11 || webmaster

Mati Fernandez describes Milan as “a dream” and looks forward to the Derby della Madonnina against Inter.

The Chilean made his Rossoneri debut in the win over Palermo at the weekend, having joined on loan from Fiorentina in the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lapadula: ‘Italy a joy’
9.11 || webmaster

Milan striker Gianluca Lapadula describes it as “a joy” to have received his first Italy call-up.

The 26-year-old scored his first Serie A goal at the weekend, and was then added to the Azzurri squad when Manolo Gabbiadini pulled-out.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Shanghai SIPG seek Honda
9.11 || webmaster

Keisuke Honda could leave Milan for a move to China with Shanghai SIPG and Andre Villas-Boas.

According to reports emerging from Asia, the January transfer window could be the right time for this change of direction.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan consider Schneiderlin
9.11 || webmaster

Milan are believed to be interested if Manchester United release Morgan Schneiderlin in January.

The former Southampton midfielder turns 27 today and was signed for €35m in the summer of 2015.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Badelj to buy out contract?
9.11 || webmaster

Milan Badelj could buy out own his Fiorentina contract, allowing him to leave the club before the expiry of his deal in 2018.

After months of talk from the player's agent regarding a strong desire to leave Florence, Calciomercato.it has revealed that Badelj is considering invoking article 17 to force a move away.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Palermo 1:2 AC Milan - goals/highlights
6.11 || webmaster



Montella delight for Lapadula
6.11 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella expressed his delight for Gianluca Lapadula after the forward’s late goal gave Milan a 2-1 win over Palermo.

It looked as if the Rossoneri would fail to beat the struggling Sicilians, but Lapadula’s 83rd minute intervention ensured the three points headed back to San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Palermo 1:2 AC Milan - match report
6.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Suso 15 (M), Nestorovski 71 (P), Lapadula 82 (M)

Gianluca Lapadula scored his first ever Serie A goal with a cheeky back-heel flick, earning complacent Milan a 2-1 win at Palermo.

The Rossoneri wanted to consolidate third place after winning six of the last eight rounds and visited a Sicilian side in total crisis. Roberto De Zerbi had managed one point from the last six games and the Rosanero had lost all five of their home fixtures this season, scoring two goals and conceding 12.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Palermo vs. AC Milan - line-ups
6.11 || webmaster

Palermo: Posavec; Cionek, Andelkovic, Rajkovic, Aleesami; Bruno Henrique, Gazzi, Hiljemark; Embalo, Nestorovski, Sallai

Palermo bench: Marson, Fulignati, Vitiello, Goldaniga, Chochev, Quaison, Diamanti, Buoy, Jajalo, Morganella, Pezzella, Lo Faso

Milan: Donnarumma; Abate, Paletta, Romagnoli, De Sciglio; Kucka, Locatelli, Pasalic; Suso, Bacca, Bonaventura

Milan bench: Gabriel, Plizzari, Ely, Luiz Adriano, Lapadula, Honda, Mati Fernandez, Gomez, Poli, Zapata, Sosa, Antonelli

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gazzetta: 'Buffon comment not unfair'
6.11 || webmaster

La Gazzetta dello Sport stand by their report on Gigi Buffon’s controversial comments to Juventus teammates, but warn there was no hint of lacking fair play.

The situation exploded mostly via social media on Friday when the Gazzetta reported Buffon shouted at his teammates following a 1-1 draw with Olympique Lyonnais.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella: 'AC Milan must aim higher'
6.11 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella urged Milan not to “rest on our laurels, but try to aim higher” ahead of their trip to Palermo.

“The team is working hard, there is the desire to improve and results are starting to arrive, but we must not rest on our laurels. We must try to aim higher,” the Coach told Milan TV.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Hammers must pay EUR 40 mil for Bacca
6.11 || webmaster

If West Ham United revive their interest in Carlos Bacca in January, Milan could raise the price-tag from €30m to €40m.

The Hammers had agreed a €30m transfer fee with the Rossoneri over the summer, then failed to work out personal terms with the striker.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Pescara - goal/highlights
1.11 || webmaster



Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Pescara - match report
1.11 || webmaster

Scorer: Bonaventura 49 (M)

Jack Bonaventura’s cheeky free kick and some sensational Gianluigi Donnarumma saves gave Milan a slender victory over Pescara.

The Rossoneri had the chance to recapture third place and make up for the disappointing 3-0 defeat to Genoa midweek. M’Baye Niang recovered from flu symptoms to start, but Davide Calabria, Leonel Vangioni, Andrea Bertolacci, Luca Antonelli, Mati Fernandez and Riccardo Montolivo missed out. Gustavo Gomez stepped in for suspended Gabriel Paletta and Jose Sosa got a rare midfield start. Massimo Oddo returned to face his former club as a Coach for the first time, but missed Norbert Gyomber, Valerio Verre, Jean-Christophe Bahebeck, Dario Zuparic, Davide Vitturini and banned Hugo Campagnaro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Chelsea ready to loan Fabregas?
1.11 || webmaster

Reports in the UK say Chelsea are willing to loan out Milan target Cesc Fabregas, and could even subsidise his wages.

The midfielder has struggled for playing time under Antonio Conte this season, starting just one Premier League match.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: ‘Don’t rush Locatelli’
1.11 || webmaster

Manuel Locatelli’s agent doesn’t want his client rushed into the Italy squad - “there’s time, he’ll be called when he’s ready”.

The Milan midfielder has impressed this season, scoring a fantastic winner against Juventus and being compared to Gianni Rivera.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan plan January transfers
1.11 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly planning to bring three players in January, but Cesc Fabregas of Chelsea may prove too expensive.

The Rossoneri are in the midst of a takeover, with Chinese consortium Sino-Europe Sports buying the club from Silvio Berlusconi and his holding company, Fininvest.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Di Biagio hails Azzurrini development
1.11 || webmaster

Italy Under-21s boss Luigi Di Biagio has hailed Serie A clubs for giving more opportunities to young Italians now than they did before.

Serie A sides have long been accused of not taking enough changes on Azzurrini, amidst the national team’s declining fortunes, but Di Biagio – who recently guided the U21s to Euro 2017 – claims he is “fishing more” for talent in the top flight.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani exit announcement 'imminent'
1.11 || webmaster

An official announcement on the future of Milan CEO Adriano Galliani could arrive as early as this week, according to reports.

November could well be a busy month for the club, as Tuttosport reports that a Chinese takeover could be finalised by 23rd November.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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