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The Archive

March 2015

AC Milan swap El Shaarawy-Niang?
30.3 || webmaster

There are reports that Milan could send Stephan El Shaarawy to Genoa in the hope of him rediscovering his form.

The Italian international has struggled with injury since his breakthrough season in 2012-13 when he scored 19 goals for the Rossoneri, scoring just twice in 23 games since.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Suso: 'I want to feel important'
30.3 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Suso looks ahead to the trip to Palermo, warning that he wants to ‘feel important’ for the club.

The Spaniard joined the Rossoneri in January, moving from Liverpool having already agreed a pre-contract deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Alves rekindles AC Milan, Inter link?
30.3 || webmaster

Barcelona full-back Dani Alves visited the city of Milan, rekindling speculation that he may join Inter or Milan next season.

The 31-year-old was already believed to have received an offer from the Nerazzurri last summer, but nothing came of it then.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

De Jong: 'I await AC Milan plan'
30.3 || webmaster

Nigel de Jong warned he will only decide his future after “figuring out what Milan’s plans are.”

The midfielder’s contract is due to expire in June, so he will be a free agent able to walk away and already has interest from the likes of Manchester United, Juventus and Manchester City.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Emery's Sevilla list for AC Milan
30.3 || webmaster

Milan are linked with Sevilla Coach Unai Emery and he reportedly already has a shopping list.

The rumours emerged in La Gazzetta dello Sport and Spanish media on Saturday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Milan-Inter crisis harms everyone’
25.3 || webmaster

Juventus director general Beppe Marotta believes Milan and Inter's crisis harms all of Italian football, whilst he compares Antonio Conte and Max Allegri.

The Bianconeri are currently leading Serie A with a gap of 14 points over second-placed Roma, and they seem to be left with scant domestic competition, as Marotta himself admitted.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan ultras demand meeting
25.3 || webmaster

Milan ultras warn they will continue their protests unless there’s a meeting with Silvio or Barbara Berlusconi.

The Curva Sud went on strike during Saturday’s 3-1 win over Cagliari, leaving the stands empty save for a large banner that read: ‘Game Over. Insert coin to save Milan.’

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Suso: 'No AC Milan regrets'
24.3 || webmaster

Suso’s agent denies the ex-Liverpool winger “regrets” making the January move to Milan, but hopes “to change Pippo Inzaghi’s mind.”

The young Spaniard had been due to sign as a free agent over the summer, but agreed to anticipate the transfer to the mid-season transfer window.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan return Destro to Roma?
24.3 || webmaster

Milan could send Mattia Destro back to Roma rather than take up their option to sign him on a permanent basis.

The striker arrived during the January transfer window on loan for €700,000 with an option to buy for a further €16m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bocchetti agent on AC Milan future
24.3 || webmaster

Salvatore Bocchetti’s agent left the door open for him to stay at Milan next season or return to Spartak Moscow.

The defender arrived on loan during the January transfer window.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani: 'I picked Menez'
22.3 || webmaster

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani insists getting current top scorer Jeremy Menez on a free transfer “was absolutely my idea.”

The striker was out of contract with Paris Saint-Germain when Galliani swooped over the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee studying AC Milan accounts
22.3 || webmaster

La Repubblica claims Bee Taechaubol is already studying the books and will buy 25 per cent of Milan for €250m in April.

The reports have been circulating for several weeks, but the newspaper suggests due diligence is well underway.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cerci: 'I regret Atletico Madrid'
22.3 || webmaster

Alessio Cerci admits he “made the wrong choice” with Atletico Madrid and wants to rediscover himself at Milan.

The winger has seemed off form and a shadow of his former self since leaving Torino over the summer, where he spent six months at Atleti before coming to San Siro in a loan exchange with Fernando Torres.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'The Milan I like'
22.3 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi said this was “the Milan I like” after beating Cagliari 3-1 to “start a new season.”

The fans were on strike for this game, leaving the Curva empty save for insulting banners, and even at the final whistle jeered the squad.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Menez slams AC Milan critics
22.3 || webmaster

Jeremy Menez insists his ‘ear’ goal celebration was “for the media, not the fans” after Milan beat Cagliari 3-1.

“My gesture was not for the fans, but for the media. They talk about me without knowing anything and I don’t like that,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan join Mario Suarez race
22.3 || webmaster

Spanish papers claim Milan have joined the race to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Mario Suarez.

The 28-year-old has also been linked with the likes of Napoli, Inter and Roma, as well as several Premier League outfits including West Ham.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 3:1 Cagliari - match report
22.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Menez 21, 78 (M), Farias 47 (C), Mexes 49 (M)

Jeremy Menez scored twice – including from a non-existent penalty – as Milan saw off Zdenek Zeman’s Cagliari 3-1.

The Rossoneri fans were on strike after dire results, leaving the stands empty but for a banner that read: ‘Game over. Insert coin to save Milan.’ Jack Bonaventura was a late addition to the absentee list, which included Riccardo Montolivo, Mattia De Sciglio, Adil Rami, Cristian Zapata, Stephan El Shaarawy, Pablo Armero and Cristian Zaccardo. Cagliari welcomed back Zdenek Zeman last week and he had Danilo Avelar, Andrea Cossu, Godfred Donsah and Albin Ekdal available again, but Antonio Balzano was sidelined.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Immobile wants Serie A return?
19.3 || webmaster

It’s rumoured that Ciro Immobile wants to return to Serie A, with Napoli, Milan and Fiorentina all interested.

The Italian international has struggled since moving to Borussia Dortmund in the summer, and remained on the bench throughout last night’s 3-0 defeat to Juventus.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Tagliavento for AC Milan - Cagliari
19.3 || webmaster

Paolo Tagliavento will take charge of the potentially crucial clash between Milan and Cagliari as the Week 28 referees are announced.

The AIA has announced which officials will run the rule of the weekend’s Serie A fixtures, with Tagliavento given the game at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cagliari crucial for Inzaghi?
19.3 || webmaster

Filippo Inzaghi is again battling for his Milan future against Cagliari on Saturday, according to reports today.

The Diavolo Coach has been tipped for the sack several times this season, but has repeatedly been given a stay of execution by the Rossoneri hierarchy.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

De Jong: ‘Renewal? We’ll see…’
19.3 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Nigel de Jong hints he will not sign a contract extension to stay with the Rossoneri beyond this season.

The Dutch international’s contract expires at the end of the season, and he has been linked with a move to Manchester United.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic touted for Milan bench
19.3 || webmaster

Milan may look to Sampdoria's Sinisa Mihajlovic to replace Coach Filippo Inzaghi next season, say reports.

The terrible campaign that the Rossoneri are experiencing under Superpippo leads several sources to believe that he will be replaced next year, with speculation that he may be sacked as early as next Saturday should the Cagliari game not go well.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Fiorentina 2:1 AC Milan - match report
17.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Destro 56 (M), Gonzalo Rodriguez 82 (F), Joaquin 89 (F)

Milan once again fumbled a lead, this time going from 1-0 up to losing 2-1 at Fiorentina in the last eight minutes.

The Viola needed a boost after a 4-0 defeat to Lazio and midweek 1-1 Europa League draw with Roma, while the Rossoneri were downbeat following a 2-2 stalemate with Verona. Nenad Tomovic and Andrea Poli were suspended, while both sides had lengthy injury lists including David Pizarro, Riccardo Montolivo, Stefan Savic, Nigel de Jong, Mario Gomez, Stephan El Shaarawy, Ciprian Tatarusanu and Adil Rami. Alberto Gilardino got his first start since arriving from Guangzhou Evergrande in January.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'I hope to stay at Milan'
17.3 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi believes Milan “deserved to win” their 2-1 defeat to Fiorentina. “I hope to stay, if not I’ll work elsewhere.”

The Rossoneri yet again fumbled a lead, this time falling at the Stadio Franchi in the final minute.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

MLS move for Muntari?
17.3 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari will move to MLS at the end of the season, according to the latest rumours.

The Ghanaian has a contract until June 2016, but has made just 12 starts for the Rossoneri this season, and is expected to leave in the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Corsi: ‘Sarri deserves AC Milan’
17.3 || webmaster

Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi denies he’ll meet with Adriano Galliani - but says Maurizio Sarri ‘deserves’ Milan.

Various Italian outlets have speculated today that the Rossoneri’s joint-CEO will meet with Empoli’s President, with Sarri one of the favourites for the San Siro bench next season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi to sell 40 per cent?
17.3 || webmaster

It’s claimed the Silvio Berlusconi is willing to sell up to 40 per cent of Milan, and Bee Taechaubol wants to bring back Clarence Seedorf.

There has been increasing speculation in recent weeks that the Rossoneri are close to agreeing a deal for new investment, with the Thai property tycoon seemingly in pole position.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sarri: 'AC Milan talk pleasing'
15.3 || webmaster

Maurizio Sarri praised Empoli for “not losing our heads” against Cagliari, but denied an approach from Milan.

The Tuscans had been 37 seconds away from a costly defeat at the Stadio Sant’Elia, but Matias Vecino snatched a last-gasp equaliser.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lippi shrugs off AC Milan rumours
15.3 || webmaster

Marcello Lippi shrugged off reports he’ll become technical director at Milan, insisting he’s after “an ambitious national team.”

The former Italy and Guangzhou Evergrande Coach is looking for a new chapter in his career and was linked with a job behind the scenes at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Empoli: 'Sarri, don't join Milan!'
15.3 || webmaster

Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi advised Coach Maurizio Sarri against joining Milan. “He won’t find this elsewhere.”

The tactician has been heavily linked to a big club for next season, above all the Rossoneri, who want a replacement for Pippo Inzaghi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Muntari to Los Angeles?
15.3 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari and his old teammate Kevin-Prince Boateng are reportedly in talks with Los Angeles FC.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the club that will compete in Major League Soccer from 2016-17 is targeting reinforcements in Europe.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan ask Empoli for Sarri
15.3 || webmaster

Milan are setting their sights on Empoli Coach Maurizio Sarri for next season and asked his club for availability.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri are already plotting for the post-Pippo Inzaghi era and this time want an experienced tactician.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: ’El Shaarawy healing’
13.3 || webmaster

Milan have released an update on the condition of Stephan El Shaarawy, saying his metatarsal injury is healing as expected.

The Italian international has been out of action since January with the foot injury, and said this week he’s targeting a Derby della Madonnina return.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan want Valdifiori’
13.3 || webmaster

Napoli could face competition from Milan for the signature of Mirko Valdifiori, according to the player’s agent.

The Partenopei were believed to be close to sealing a deal for the playmaker, but today his agent says the Rossoneri are in the hunt too.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abate: 'Aiming for Europa'
13.3 || webmaster

Ignazio Abate says Milan have ‘an obligation’ to qualify for Europe this season, and says they’re still behind Pippo Inzaghi.

The Rossoneri travel to Florence on Monday night, with the Coach’s job reportedly under threat as his side lie 11th in the table.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani faces AC Milan exit?
11.3 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi is reportedly not the only one battling for his Milan future, with joint-CEO Adriano Galliani also at risk.

Inzaghi’s position as Rossoneri Coach has looked increasingly shaky in recent weeks, and he could be relieved of his duties should his side fail to beat Fiorentina.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Juve beat Man Utd to De Jong?
11.3 || webmaster

Nigel de Jong won’t renew with Milan, but Juventus could beat Manchester United to the free agent.

The midfielder will be out of contract at the end of the season and it seems certain he will not put pen to paper on a new deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan’s ‘Plan Bee’
11.3 || webmaster

Potential Milan investor Bee Taechaubol would bring Paolo Maldini back to the club, according to reports this morning.

The Thai property magnate is one of several parties linked with taking over a stake in Milan, and this morning’s Gazzetta dello Sport purports to reveal his plans with a pre-contract deal allegedly already signed.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan deny Mr Pink sale
11.3 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi’s company Fininvest deny selling 51 per cent of Milan to ‘Mr Pink,’ but confirmed seeking “minority” investors.

The report emerged in Romanian media that a majority share had been sold to Chinese businessman Poe Qiu Ying Wang Shuo.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan stadium decision delayed?
11.3 || webmaster

It’s reported that a decision over permission for Milan’s prospective new stadium has been delayed, possibly until June.

The Rossoneri have submitted plans to build a new 48,000 capacity stadium in the Portello area of the city, and were expecting a decision today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'It's Milan's decision'
8.3 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi said Milan “must do what they think is right” as reports of his dismissal gain traction.

The most likely replacement would be current assistant manager Mauro Tassotti, although Sky Sport Italia note Primavera youth team Coach – and former Inzaghi teammate – Cristian Brocchi is another candidate.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Balotelli defends Muntari in racism row
8.3 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli attacked a Lega Nord politician for making a racist comment about Milan’s Sulley Muntari.

The issue exploded on social networks during Milan’s 2-2 draw with Verona at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi explains AC Milan choices
8.3 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi explained his surprising Milan picks in the 2-2 draw with Verona, but rejected a “trial by media.”

Many of his decisions will cause controversy, including Giampaolo Pazzini rather than Mattia Destro, putting on a fifth defender at home and sitting deeper and deeper until Verona scored the equaliser.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:2 Verona - match report
8.3 || webmaster

Scorers: Toni pen 18 (V), Menez pen 41 (M), Tachtsidis og 48 (M), Nico Lopez 95 (V)

Milan were pegged back at the 95th minute by Verona for a 2-2 draw and Pippo Inzaghi’s decisions will be picked apart.

Inzaghi was under huge pressure and surprised everyone by dropping Mattia Destro and Salvatore Bocchetti for Giampaolo Pazzini – making his first start of the season – and Philippe Mexes on his return after a ban for attempting to throttle Lazio’s Stefano Mauri. The injury list included Alex, Nigel de Jong, Riccardo Montolivo, Mattia De Sciglio, Stephan El Shaarawy, Cristian Zapata, Pablo Armero, Cristian Zaccardo and Adil Rami. Hellas had never won this fixture with nine draws and 16 defeats between Serie A and B.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani won't deny Milan sale
8.3 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani refused to deny Milan selling shares to Bee Taechaubol and confirmed Mattia Destro is not injured.

The Rossoneri host Verona this evening and Pippo Inzaghi caused shockwaves by dropping Destro for Giampaolo Pazzini.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Toni: 'Inzaghi put me off coaching!'
7.3 || webmaster

Verona hero Luca Toni said seeing Pippo Inzaghi at Milan put him off coaching. “He’s aged 10 years!”

The pair won the 2006 World Cup together and come face to face this evening at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan secure Thai investors?
7.3 || webmaster

La Repubblica again claims Silvio Berlusconi agreed to sell 25 per cent of Milan to Thai investor Bee Taechaubol.

The reports had been dismissed by Taechaubol last month, but re-appeared in this morning’s edition of La Repubblica newspaper.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘No Valdifiori offers, but Napoli...’
7.3 || webmaster

Mirko Valdifiori's agent confirms that Milan and Napoli are after the Empoli midfielder, but denies official offers.

The 28-year-old is enjoying a small renaissance with the Azzurri, and his agent Marco Giuffredi confirmed that interest was spreading.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: ‘Less talk more action’
6.3 || webmaster

Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi calls for ‘less talk more action’ and says the team is still behind him.

There has been intensive speculation that a negative result in tomorrow’s match with Verona would see Inzaghi lose his job, but the tactician insists he’s not worried.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi turns to Cerci?
6.3 || webmaster

Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi looks set to give Alessio Cerci a starting spot in the potentially crucial match with Verona.

It’s widely rumoured that a negative result against the Butei will see SuperPippo relieved of his duties on the San Siro bench, and it appears the tactician will return to a 4-3-3 system.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: 'Bochetti is happy at AC Milan'
6.3 || webmaster

Salvatore Bocchetti's agent came out stating that while his client is happy with life at Milan, he can't vouch that he's going to make a permanent move to the Lombardy based outfit.

The Italian defender has arrived at the red & black team this winter on loan and Andrea D'Amico is unsure whether he'll stay past the loan expiry date, which is at the end of the season.

"He's happy to be at Milan", Bocchetti's agent stated.

"The San Siro club is still and option and the relationship can carry on. I do have excellent relationships with the club that owns Bocchetti, Spartak Moscow, so the loan move to Milan was done very quickly."

"He was a crucial player for the Russians but they chanced their coach and things went downhill from there on. That happens from time to time."

"Bocchetti is gifted with great physical and technical skills and is a very intelligent guy. He has the character to play for Milan, which implies also being a professional outside the pitch as well as on it."

"As his agent, I was always certain of Salvatore's skills, as a player as well as a man. He proved both at Genoa and Rubin Kazan, before his injury, that he's a great player", said D'Amico, while reading an overview of Gonzos Quest slot machine.

"I'm dissapointed he's yet to receive a national team call up, his last one being at the 2010 World Cup."

"I am glad for both him and Milan that this mutually beneficial opportunity opened up."

AC Milan move for Jose Mauri?
6.3 || webmaster

Milan could look to exploit the crisis at Parma by bringing Jose Mauri to San Siro, according to reports.

The Argentine youngster was named as one of the most saleable assets at the club by former President Tommaso Ghirardi with the Emilian side battling to avoid bankruptcy.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inter plan San Siro improvements after AC Milan move
6.3 || webmaster

Inter are trying to work out the details of a EUR 70 mil. renovation of the Giuseppe Meazza stadium if and after Milan move to their newly expected stadium, according to the latest press reports.

The red & black team are looking forward to building their own stadium just like bitter rivals Juventus did. Plans have already been made public. The new stadium is expected to be located in the centre of the town.

Inter will seek taking ownership of the stadium from the city before starting renovations at the San Siro, as reported by Italian business newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore. They may or may not install a Twin Spin slot, though we all know they could use one given their dismal performance.

The newspaper said that the Nerazzuri are looking to chip in with EUR 70 mil. to improve the infrastructure of the stadium as well as the surroundings. However, no plans have been submitted so far.

The Milan based teams are into a joint lease contract with the city until 2030. The local council would need Milan's agreement in order to sell the stadium to Inter.

Inter thinks this shouldn't be a problem, as Milan would agree letting go of the lease in exchange of the city council granting planning permission for the club's Portello project.

A new meeting to decide the stadium's future is reportedly going to take place in April.

The San Siro will host the Champions League final next season, so some improvements will be made to it regardless of what's going to happen in the medium to long term.

Montella 'no reason to quit Viola'
6.3 || webmaster

Fiorentina director Vincenzo Guerini praised Mohamed Salah and said Vincenzo Montella “has no reason to leave.”

Guerini was asked about the rumours linking Coach Montella to a future at Milan or Napoli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Milan turning to Klopp as Inzaghi heir?
6.3 || webmaster

It looks like one of the new rumoured options for taking the helm at Milan after the expected ousting of current coach Filippo Inzaghi is Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp.

It seems more and more likely that Inzaghi will have to step down the red & black bench at the end of this season. Speculations are high that Fiorentina's Vincenzo Montella is the likeliest to take over but there are other options as well.

The Viola coach also insists that he'd like to stay at the Tuscan club, so Milan's interest might soon fade away.

Yesterday's edition of Turin-based Tuttosport declared Klopp as the top candidate to replace Inzaghi in case Montella will not want the job.

It's worth noting that Tuttosport is hardly a newspaper one can rely on, their rumours generally being the bottom-of-the-barrel type. One might as well get rumours from Jack Hammer slot than from Tuttosport.

The rumour is mostly based on the presence of Milan's Adriano Galliani and former coach Arrigo Sacchi at the Champions League match between Juventus and Borussia Dortmund on February 24th, where they both reported that they were impressed with the German's team organisation on the field.

That's a very far-fetched rumour to say the least.

Galliani's got another appointment scheduled for today with the technical and medical staff as part of the team's effort to get through these dark days.

Van Ginkel loan free
6.3 || webmaster

Milan will reportedly not pay Chelsea a penny for the loan of Marco van Ginkel, as injuries have curtailed his season so severely.

The two clubs had agreed on a €1m loan this summer, with the price falling by half if the Dutchman played at least 20 games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella to turn down AC Milan
4.3 || webmaster

Coach Vincenzo Montella is courted by Milan, but reports say that his intention is to stick with Fiorentina.

It seems less and less likely that Coach Filippo Inzaghi will still hold the reins of the Rossoneri next year, and Montella appears to be the most likely candidate to replace him, with sources claiming that an offer is already on the table.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi questioned in AC Milan summit
4.3 || webmaster

Coach Filippo Inzaghi looks almost certain to leave Milan at the end of the season after a summit with joint-CEO Adriano Galliani.

The Rossoneri had a meeting which involved the whole team staff, from the Coach down to the supporting members of the team, like fitness coach Daniele Tognaccini, physiotherapist Fabrizio Ragusa and osteopath Marco Cesarini.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan plan a part sale?
4.3 || webmaster

It's being reported in the press that AC Milan might sell up to 30 per cent of its shares to a currently unknown investor as well as an extra 15 percent to its own fans.

Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi recently stated that he wouldn't sell the club. Despite this, rumours regarding the eventual sale of the club are getting stronger and stronger.

The latest of such rumours is consistent with Berlusconi's denial of selling the club as he'll still maintain majority ownership.

These new rumours were surfaced by local Telelombardia, as quoted by starburstslots.net, which said Milan are looking to sell 30 per cent of shares to a foreign investor whose identity has not been discovered.

The club is also looking to sell an extra 10-15 per cent to a group of Milan fans.

The model is similar but not quite like the one clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid use, as it would be possible for fans to purchase shares and have their say in the affairs of the club.

Majority control would remain in the hands of the Berlusconi family and their holding company Fininvest with 55-60 per cent of the shares.

Suso still trying to fit in
4.3 || webmaster

AC Milan new signing Suso stated that he's still trying to fit in with the Rossoneri group after his January move from Liverpool.

The Spanish player was expected to join the San Siro outfit in the summer but the move was rushed by the Italian team due to a long string of injuries. However, up until now he only made a Coppa Italia substitute appearance.

In a brief interview with Milan Channel, Suso confessed:

"I am still trying to get used to the Italian way of playing football".

"I am doing my best to fit in as well as I possibly can. Sure, it would've been nice to have played more but I am patiently waiting for my next chance."

"Diego Lopez helped me since I first arrived at Milanello but not only him; all of my team mates have been advising and helping me since my arrival."

"I am glad to be here. Life in Italy is very similar to life in Spain, so it should be easy. I like Milan".

"I'm improving daily. Our coach takes care of everything. This week we'll have a different training schedule compared to last week."

"We always give our best and listen and do what the coach asks for us."

"My goal is to develop into a key player for Milan and be successful with this team."

"We're a tightly knit group and our desire to win is big."

Considering he didn't have much of a shot at impressing anyone so far, not even at the the highly popular double bubble slot machine, Suso also pondered as to the role that suits him most.

"I'm doing best when playing behind the strikers".

"Last year I played on the right and left wings and in the past even as a central midfielder. I play where the coach wants me to."

AC Milan offer for Montella?
4.3 || webmaster

It’s reported that Milan are ready to offer Fiorentina Coach Vincenzo Montella a €2m per season contract to replace Pippo Inzaghi.

Inzaghi has struggled in his first season on the San Siro bench, with rumours that a bad result against Verona on Saturday will seal his fate.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ventura: 'Cerci shouldn't have gone to Atletico'
4.3 || webmaster

Giampiero Ventura, Alessio Cerci's coach during his breakout season at Torino last year, reportedly told the press that the Milan man should never have joined Atletico Madrid and that he needs time at the Rossoneri.

During his time with Torino, Cerci managed to score 13 goals and give 10 assists under the management of Ventura. He then signed with Spanish giants and Champions League runners-up Atletico Madrid.

"We need to understand every player", Ventura reportedly told Tiki Island slot.

"Cerci needs to be given a helping hand. When one does that, he'll respond positively. We need to find the key to unlock each and every player's skills."

"Cerci made a mistake by joining Atletico Madrid, because it wasn't the proper team for him."

"Milan needs to give him time and he must make himself available. The Rossoneri needs to figure out the proper way to get the best out of his qualities. He's a winger who also knows where the goal is."

We've previously reported at length about Pippo Inzaghi's statements on Alessio Cerci, the Milan manager stating that it's hard to play both him and top goalscorer Jeremy Menez, as the midfield is not fit enough to support both players and the defense. It remains to be seen how this saga will evolve from now on.

AC Milan lose De Jong, Montolivo
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Milan will be without Nigel de Jong and Riccardo Montolivo for the potentially crucial match with Verona, the club has confirmed.

It was reported this morning that Coach Filippo Inzaghi would be relieved of his duties if the Rossoneri fail to beat Verona on Saturday, and the tactician will be without two of his key men.

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Tassotti to replace Inzaghi?
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It’s reported that failure to win next Saturday’s match with Verona will see Pippo Inzaghi replaced on the Milan bench by Mauro Tassotti.

The Rossoneri were held by the Butei’s city rivals, Chievo, at San Siro yesterday, leaving Inzaghi’s men marooned in 10th place in Serie A.

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Inzaghi still an optimist after Chievo draw
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Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi is keeping up his glass half-full approach, even after Milan's dismal performance in their draw against Chievo. In the interview he gave, he also gave extra explanations regarding Alessio Cerci's role in the team.

"I believe we tried to play a good game and performed considerably better in the second part by creating scoring opportunities with Honda hitting the crossbar and Menez's counterattack", he told Sky Sport Italia.

"We must be more efficient offensively, make the right decisions and finish, because it's tough playing against teams like Chievo that are defending with the whole team."

Despite Milan being without a win away from home since October last year and never winning two games in a row this season, Inzaghi remains optimistic, and if you agree with him you can put your money where your mouth is with the 2015 promo code for betvictor.

"I look at the glass and it's half-full as it's our second consecutive clean sheet. Unfortunately we once again lost players to injury and our finishing was lacking."

"I regret not having scored, even more so since we've improved our posession in the last couple of matches."

Players lost to injury include Riccardo Montolivo and Nigel de Jong, the latter being replaced by Alessio Cerci in the last minutes of the game.

"During the last 10 minutes I risked it as we wanted to win. I have put Bonaventura in midfield as he does a good job regardless of position. I prefer to keep a sub for the last 15 minutes of a game as you never know what's going to happen."

"We wanted to use four offensive players but that cannot be sustained by our midfield as our midfielders are not fully fit after their injuries. We're going to rotate them in the next couple of game."

"The circumstances force me to leave out players like Cerci and Pazzini. Cerci could play not only as a winger but also as a trequartista or support striker."

"As I said before, he's a player I wanted at Milan and we'll get 100% out of him but he rarely played while at Atletico so he must first get in shape."

"We really gave our best trying to score. Mattia Destro has done great and I am happy with his work-rate."

Chievo 0:0 AC Milan - match report
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Despite Keisuke Honda hitting the crossbar with an out-of-box effort and Diego Lopez denying Ezequiel Schelotto, Milan's match against Chievo ended with a clean sheet for both teams, although bookies were expecting a different outcome.

Inzaghi's men were seeking another victory after defeating Cesena 2-0 at home the previous weekend. They were also motivated by the fact the team has not lost against Chievo since December 2005, with a tally of 15 wins in the previous 16 meetings. The team also got back Gabriel Paletta, Diego Lopez and Philippe Mexes - the former two from injuries and the latter from suspension and despite lacking Mattia De Sciglio, Stephan El Shaarawy, Ignazio Abate, Cristian Zapata, Cristian Zaccardo, Pablo Armero and Adil Rami - all injured - were looking forward to this game.

Chievo were coming into this game with a low morale after their 3-0 defeat to Empoli. They were missing Nicolas Frey and Ruben Botta.

Mattia Destro shot a volley straight in Albano Bizzari's arms. The latter also saved a Daniele Bonera shot that came after a free kick by Alex. On the other side Chievo's star Sergio Pellisier swiftly got past new Milan signing Salvatore Bocchetti and forced Diego Lopez to deflect the ball that eventuelly ended with Luca Antonelli, which blasted it off from in front the goal line.

The match continued with an off-target shot from Riccardo Montolivo that was rerouted by Destro with no luck.

At half-time Riccardo Montolivo was subbed with Keisuke Honda. This change was positive as the Japanese player had an instant impact on the team as his violent shot hit the crossbar.

Chievo hit back with a Pellisier cross which took a deflection off Alex and went a couple of centimeters off, near the post.

Mattia Destro called in for a penalty kick after a slight brush with Federico Mattiello as he tried to get to a crossed ball.

It was Chievo's turn again to attack with Schelotto's effort being deflected from the top corner.

Milan tried again on a counter but Serie A newcomer Mattiello saved the Flying Donkeys. Later on Nigel de Jong blocked a shot from Riccardo Meggiorini and ex-Milan's Alberto Paloschi's shot was deflected over the bar.

De Jong was subbed due to a muscular issue. The game ended with a Cerci shot that went off close to the near post.

The Rossoneri are left without an away win since October 19, a shameful performance for a club of this stature.

Chievo: Bizzarri; Mattiello, Cesar, Dainelli, Zukanovic; Schelotto, Mattiello, Izco, Hemetaj, Birsa (Radovanovic 82); Meggiorini (Fetfatzidis 75), Pellissier (Paloschi 68)

AC Milan: Diego Lopez; Bonera, Alex, Bocchetti, Antonelli; Montolivo (Honda 46), De Jong (Cerci 78), Poli; Bonaventura; Menez, Destro (Pazzini 65)

Referee: Calvarese

Barcelona target De Sciglio
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Mattia De Sciglio was already liked by Real Madrid, but now Barcelona want the Milan full-back too.

Nicknamed the ‘new Paolo Maldini’ since he rose up through the ranks of the youth academy, he can play full-back or wing-back on either flank.

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Cerci: 'All clear with Inzaghi'
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Milan striker Alessio Cerci says he is 'fully at the service' of his Coach Filippo Inzaghi, downplaying tensions over an alleged rift between the two.

On from Inzaghi's Press conference earlier today, in which the 41-year-old manager denied there was any dispute with the player, the Roma youth product added some pacifying statements of his own.

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