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The Archive

April 2015

AC Milan delay 'irritates' Mr Bee
30.4 || webmaster

There are reports Bee Taechaubol is ‘irritated’ by delays from Silvio Berlusconi in selling Milan.

The Thai investor, nicknamed Mr Bee, spent several hours at President Berlusconi’s Arcore home last night to negotiate the final details of the takeover bid.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Spalletti Coach of new AC Milan?
30.4 || webmaster

While negotiations continue with Silvio Berlusconi, it’s claimed Luciano Spalletti will take over as Milan Coach under Bee Taechaubol.

Berlusconi has owned the club since 1986, but is in advanced talks to sell at least 51 per cent to Thai investor ‘Mr Bee.’

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan Ultras: ‘Turning point’
30.4 || webmaster

Milan’s Curva Sud Ultras have released an open letter talking of a ‘turning point’ as the club seems to be on the verge of being sold.

Current President Silvio Berlusconi appears to be on the verge of ceding control of the club to Thai investor Bee Taechaubol, with a Press conference scheduled for later today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi handed Milan reprieve
30.4 || webmaster

Filippo Inzaghi has been handed a reprieve, and will remain as Milan Coach for the time being.

It had been widely expected that the Rossoneri boss would be given his marching orders following last night’s defeat to Genoa, with his side languishing in 10th place in Serie A.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Milan need investment’
30.4 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi’s younger brother Paolo, vice-President of Milan, hints at a sale, saying the club needs new investors.

It appears that Silvio is on the verge of selling the Rossoneri to Thai investor Bee Taechaubol, with a Press conference scheduled for this afternoon.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Sack and sale decided?
30.4 || webmaster

Thursday represents a sea change for Milan, as Pippo Inzaghi is likely to be sacked and Bee Taechaubol could buy the club.

The Rossoneri were beaten 3-1 at home by Genoa on Wednesday night and even Coach Inzaghi confessed his time was probably up.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Milan will decide'
30.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi admits his Milan career is effectively over after defeat to Genoa. “Tomorrow we will know.”

The Rossoneri fell to a second consecutive defeat, flattened 3-1 at San Siro by Gian Piero Gasperini’s Genoa.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:3 Genoa - match report
30.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Bertolacci 37 (G), Niang 49 (G), Mexes 66 (M), Iago Falque pen 92 (G)

Milan’s crisis went from bad to worse, as Genoa dominated for their first Serie A win here since 1958.

M’Baye Niang returned to San Siro against his parent club, having found his scoring boots since joining Genoa on loan in January. Diego Perotti and Lorenzo Ariaudo are out for the rest of the season, but Marco Borriello and Tino Costa were back on the bench. The Rossoneri risked sliding into the bottom half of the table after defeat to Udinese at the weekend. Suso, Luca Antonelli, Gabriel Paletta, Riccardo Montolivo, Alex, Michael Essien and Stephan El Shaarawy filled the treatment table.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee returns to AC Milan
29.4 || webmaster

Bee Taechaboul has returned to Milan, and is expected to meet with Rossoneri President Silvio Berlusconi at Arcore.

The Thai investor, commonly known as Mr Bee, caused a stir by leaving the country yesterday, indicating that the meeting may have been cancelled.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gabriel: 'I want Carpi'
29.4 || webmaster

Milan-owned goalkeeper Gabriel admits he’d like to stay at Carpi next season after they were promoted to Serie A.

The 22-year-old shot-stopper was instrumental in their historic promotion, keeping 20 clean sheets in 34 Serie B games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Destro open to new Milan loan
29.4 || webmaster

Mattia Destro’s agent “won’t rule out” an extension of his loan at Milan rather than an immediate return to Roma.

It has become clear Milan do not have any intention of taking up their €16m option to buy the striker outright at the end of the season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan vs. Genoa - line-ups
29.4 || webmaster

Milan: Diego Lopez; Abate, Rami, Mexes, De Sciglio; Van Ginkel, De Jong, Bonaventura; Honda, Cerci, Menez

Milan bench: Abbiati, Donnarumma, Albertazzi, Bocchetti, Bonera, Zaccardo, Zapata, Poli, Muntari, Pazzini, Destro, Di Molfetta

Genoa: Perin; Roncaglia, Burdisso, Izzo; Edenilson, Rincon, Bertolacci, Bergdich; Tino Costa, Niang, Iago Falque

Genoa bench: Lamanna, Sommariva, Tambè, De Maio, Marchese, Lestienne, Pavoletti, Borrello, Kucka, Madragora, Laxalt

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan fans prepare protest
29.4 || webmaster

As President Silvio Berlusconi meets potential buyers, Milan ultras plan another protest during tonight’s Genoa game.

Yesterday the club approved the balance sheet showing €91.3m losses for 2014, sparking more anger from shareholders and fans.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan squad for Genoa
28.4 || webmaster

Milan named their squad to face Genoa tomorrow night, missing Suso, Luca Antonelli and Gabriel Paletta.

Coach Pippo Inzaghi has practically lost hope of European qualification after a 2-1 defeat to Udinese on Saturday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan defend €91m loss
28.4 || webmaster

CEO Adriano Galliani explained €91.3m losses and if Silvio Berlusconi does sell the club, “it will only be for the good of Milan.”

Today’s shareholder’s meeting was very tense, as the Rossoneri approved the balance sheet for 2014 showing a loss of €91.3m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee leaves AC Milan
28.4 || webmaster

There’s confusion over Bee Taechaubol’s bid for Milan, as the businessman has left the city before a planned meeting.

It was expected that the Thai property tycoon would meet with Rossoneri President Silvio Berlusconi at Arcore tomorrow to discuss a possible sale.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: ‘AC Milan must bounce back’
28.4 || webmaster

Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi says his side must ‘make up for a bad game against Udinese’ when they meet Genoa.

The Rossoneri take on the Grifone tomorrow having fallen to 10th in Serie A, and the under-fire tactician is calling for his players to show a response.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montolivo: ‘AC Milan answers on the pitch’
28.4 || webmaster

Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo is fed up of talking about the Rossoneri’s crisis - ‘the only answer we can give is on the pitch’.

Filippo Inzaghi’s side are 10th in Serie A following the weekend defeat to Udinese, and the skipper insists the time for talking is over ahead of the Genoa match.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan clear first stadium hurdle
28.4 || webmaster

Milan have cleared the first hurdle in their quest for a new stadium, with the plan among those approved by Fondazione Fiera.

The Rossoneri are planning to build a new arena in the Portello area of the city, with their bid just one of many submitted for the land.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gasp: 'Genoa want AC Milan now'
26.4 || webmaster

Gian Piero Gasperini hopes Genoa can continue their fine form against Milan after disposing of Cesena 3-1.

“Regardless of what the other teams do, it was important that we got this positive result today,” the Coach told Rai Sport.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Dybala is in PSG talks'
26.4 || webmaster

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirmed Paulo Dybala is in talks with PSG, but asked for €50m.

The Argentine is on the market and has been linked with the likes of Juventus, Napoli, Roma, Inter, Milan and Arsenal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Players: 'Inzaghi unworthy of Milan'
26.4 || webmaster

There are reports Milan wanted to sack Pippo Inzaghi and players told the Coach he was “unworthy” of the job.

The Rossoneri are in crisis after their 2-1 defeat to Udinese on Saturday and risk sliding into the bottom half of the table.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan go into training retreat
26.4 || webmaster

Milan have gone into a training retreat ahead of Wednesday’s Serie A game against Genoa.

The punishment was ordered by Coach Pippo Inzaghi following a 2-1 defeat to Udinese.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Udinese 2:1 AC Milan - match report
25.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Pinzi 58 (U), Badu 74 (U), Pazzini 87 (M)

Udinese ended their crisis in style by dominating Milan 2-1 with goals from Giampiero Pinzi and Emmanuel Badu.

The Rossoneri dropped Mattia Destro again to give Giampaolo Pazzini a rare start, missing Alex, Stephan El Shaarawy, Riccardo Montolivo, Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari. The hosts were in crisis after one win from 11 rounds and learned Antonio Di Natale would likely be leaving at the end of the season. Bruno Fernandes was suspended with Thomas Heurtaux and Molla Wague injured.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Milan first for Baselli, but...'
25.4 || webmaster

Atalanta's Pierpaolo Marino confirms Daniele Baselli could go to Milan, warning Napoli and Roma about Davide Zappacosta's options.

The director general has been quite open in the past about the links between the Rossoneri and the young midfielder, but he believes matters may have become more complicated now.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cannavaro and Lippi at new AC Milan?
25.4 || webmaster

It’s reported Bee Taechaubol plans to hire Fabio Cannavaro as Milan Coach with Marcello Lippi, Paolo Maldini and Gennaro Gattuso as directors.

The Thai investor is flying in for final negotiations to buy out at least 20 per cent of the club from President Silvio Berlusconi, if not a majority share.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi in talks with Mr Bee?
25.4 || webmaster

Bee Taechoaubol, otherwise known as Mr Bee, is reportedly in Milan today to discuss a potential Rossoneri takeover with President Silvio Berlusconi.

Calciomercato have reported that the Thai businessman’s representatives are talking directly with Berlusconi in a final effort to complete a deal for the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Milan believe in Europe’
23.4 || webmaster

Luca Antonelli insists Milan still ‘believe’ that they can qualify for the Europa League this season.

The Rossoneri are currently ninth in Serie A, and with only seven games remaining are rank outsiders to be involved in European competition next season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Delicate phase for AC Milan’
23.4 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi’s daughter Marina, chairwoman of Fininvest talks of a ‘delicate’ phase for the sale of Milan.

Fininvest is the holding company which currently owns the Rossoneri, and was founded by club President Silvio Berlusconi in 1978.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Chinese challenge to Mr Bee
23.4 || webmaster

Bee Taechaubol is expected in Italy on Sunday to complete a deal for Milan, but a Chinese bid could still arrive.

The businessman, known as Mr Bee, is close to agreeing a deal to invest in the Rossoneri, and ANSA quotes a spokesman as saying he will try to close a deal for a majority share on Monday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Destro and agent revise comments
23.4 || webmaster

Mattia Destro distanced himself from claims Milan are too “modest” for his ambitions, while his agent revises those words.

Representative Renzo Contratto caused quite a stir today when he said the Rossoneri represented “too modest an environment, perhaps the most modest in the last 30 years.”

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee 'wants AC Milan majority'
22.4 || webmaster

Bee Taechaubol “intends to buy the majority share of Milan immediately,” confirmed a spokesman.

The Thai investor will fly in on Sunday to complete the takeover from President Silvio Berlusconi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Van Ginkel unsure on future
22.4 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Marco van Ginkel admits he doesn’t know what will happen when his loan deal expires at the end of the season.

The Dutchman is on loan at San Siro from Chelsea, and has impressed in the second half of the season after initially struggling to break into the side.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Destro agent: ‘AC Milan too modest’
22.4 || webmaster

The agent of Milan’s Mattia Destro hints that the club are ‘too modest’ for his client’s ambitions.

The striker joined the Rossoneri on loan from Roma in January, with a redemption clause set at €16m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan return Destro to Roma?
22.4 || webmaster

Mattia Destro looks likely to go back to Roma, as Milan would only take up their option for half the agreed price.

The striker arrived in the January transfer window on loan with an option to buy for €16m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee in for Milan early?
22.4 || webmaster

It’s reported Bee Taechaubol could arrive to complete his Milan takeover on Friday rather than Sunday.

The Thai investor had been expected to fly in for the final talks on April 26, but Sky Sport Italia claim that he’ll now come in on April 24 instead.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: ‘Juventus, Milan on Mauri’
21.4 || webmaster

Juventus and Milan are among the clubs interested in Parma’s Jose Mauri, according the midfielder’s agent.

The 18-year-old has been one of the few bright spots in a desperate season for the Ducali, who have been declared bankrupt, and represents one of their most saleable assets.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Serie A return? Never say never…’
21.4 || webmaster

Real Madrid's Carlo Ancelotti hints ‘never say never’ to returning to Serie A, but says the Ultras need to be brought under control.

The former midfielder enjoyed spells on the bench at Parma, Juventus and most notably Milan, with whom he won the Scudetto and two Champions Leagues.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mexes: ‘I want Milan renewal’
21.4 || webmaster

Philippe Mexes says he wants to renew his contract with Milan, and reflects on the Derby della Madonnina.

The French defender is out of contract at the end of the season, and as yet has not been offered a deal to remain at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lopez: ‘Performances improving’
20.4 || webmaster

Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez says ‘performances are improving’, and the Rossoneri are still targeting the Europa League.

Filippo Inzaghi’s men played out a 0-0 draw with city rivals Inter in last night’s Derby della Madonnina, but the Spaniard doesn’t believe that spells the end of their European ambitions.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee: 'I'll buy Milan this Sunday'
20.4 || webmaster

Bee Taechaubol has reportedly confirmed that he will close the deal to purchase Milan from the Berlusconi family next weekend.

The Thai investor, know as Mr Bee, is expected to acquire an initial 20 per cent of the shares, with a view to absorbing a majority share of 65 per cent in the following year.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Antonelli: 'It wasn't a penalty'
20.4 || webmaster

Luca Antonelli assures it should not have been a penalty for his handball in the Milan Derby.

The game ended 0-0 with both sides having goals disallowed, but Inter also wanted a spot-kick for his handling offence on Hernanes.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Mr Bee' Milan takeover set
20.4 || webmaster

It’s reported Thai investor Bee Taechaubol will buy into Milan on April 26 to eventually secure 65 per cent.

Known colloquially as ‘Mr Bee,’ he has long been linked with the club currently owned by President Silvio Berlusconi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Milan tried everything'
20.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi insists Milan tried everything to win the derby and have regrets over their first half chances.

Both sides had goals disallowed in the 0-0 Derby della Madonnina, a point apiece which does precious little for either team.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Internazionale 0:0 AC Milan - match report
19.4 || webmaster

Both sides had goals disallowed in a fiery Milan Derby, but the San Siro showdown ended all square.

It’s likely neither side will qualify for Europe, so local pride had become more important than ever and 75,000 packed into San Siro for the derby. Fredy Guarin and Marcelo Brozovic were suspended with Zdravko Kuzmanovic, Jonathan, Dodo and Hugo Campagnaro injured. Roberto Mancini surprisingly gave 18-year-old Assane Gnoukouri his full debut, having played only 12 minutes against Verona last week. Pippo Inzaghi gave Suso his first Serie A start in a new trident, while Alex stepped in for Gabriel Paletta.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Destro and Honda back for derby
18.4 || webmaster

Keisuke Honda is back, while Diego Lopez and Mattia Destro remain in doubt for Milan against Inter.

Honda returns from a long lay-off and Coach Pippo Inzaghi hinted he could well be in the starting XI.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: 'Derby decides crisis'
18.4 || webmaster

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi told his team that facing Inter is “the most important match of the year.”

“From here to the end of the season you will have the chance to make a good impression,” Berlusconi told the squad during today’s morale-boosting visit.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Derby not make or break'
18.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi wants to “repay” Milan with a derby victory, but has injury concerns ahead of the Inter clash.

Neither side looks likely to qualify for Europe at the moment, so is a derby victory the only remaining target for two failed campaigns?

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Diego Lopez Milan Derby doubt
18.4 || webmaster

There are rumours Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez could miss tomorrow night’s derby against Inter.

The former Real Madrid shot-stopper interrupted training on Friday with a slightly sprained finger.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Van Ginkel: ‘We can make Europe’
17.4 || webmaster

Marco van Ginkel has answered fan questions, discussing topics ranging from Milan’s European ambitions, to Batman v Superman.

The Dutch midfielder is on loan at San Siro from Chelsea, and after a difficult start to life in Italy has become a key player for Coach Filippo Inzaghi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Milan should be near top three'
17.4 || webmaster

Giacomo Bonaventura has dismissed critics of Milan's quality, whilst claiming they could have been 'just behind the top three'.

The Rossoneri suffered heavy criticism from one of their former champions, Zvonimir Boban, who declared that the reason the team wasn't doing well was that players were 'mediocre'.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Milan stadium fundamental’
17.4 || webmaster

Barbara Berlusconi says Milan’s stadium plans are ‘a great project’, but won’t be drawn on rumours of a sale.

The joint-CEO, daughter of President Silvio, was speaking at an event to announce the Rossoneri’s new partnership with Audi and discussed the proposed new ground.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan consider Donadoni swoop
13.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi’s future remains in doubt as Milan are linked with a move for Parma Coach Roberto Donadoni at the end of the season.

The 51-year-old had a hugely successful playing career with the Diavolo and will almost certainly be available at the end of the season given Parma’s imminent relegation.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Destro likely to miss derby
13.4 || webmaster

Milan striker Mattia Destro looks set to miss Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina after the club announced he has sustained heavy bruising to his tibia.

The 24-year-old was stretchered off during Sunday night’s 1-1 draw with Sampdoria after a clash with Djamel Mesbah, but the injury is less serious than feared.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'Milan deserved victory'
13.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi felt Milan “deserved to win” against Sampdoria, but admitted Europe is increasingly unlikely.

The Rossoneri fought back from a Roberto Soriano opener with Alfred Duncan redirecting Nigel de Jong’s overhead kick, while Suso hit the woodwork late on in the 1-1 draw.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:1 Sampdoria - match report
13.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Soriano 58 (S), Duncan og 75 (M)

Nigel de Jong’s deflected overhead kick cancelled out a Roberto Soriano strike, but a 1-1 draw does little to help Milan or Sampdoria.

This was a must-win game for the Rossoneri’s European hopes after two consecutive victories, but Samp knew three points would send them up to fourth place. They drew 2-2 at Marassi back in November.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonaventura fit for AC Milan - Sampdoria
11.4 || webmaster

Giacomo Bonaventura and Adil Rami passed fitness tests for Milan’s big game against Sampdoria.

Bonaventura had been a doubt after picking up an injury in training, but he is in the squad.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'AC Milan will beat Samp'
11.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi predicts Milan will beat Sampdoria tomorrow and revealed his talks with Sinisa Mihajlovic.

“We know this is a very important game for us, but we have to approach it with a clear head,” said Coach Inzaghi in his Press conference.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

England for El Shaarawy
11.4 || webmaster

Genoa asked for Stephan El Shaarawy, but Milan are more likely to send him towards the Premier League.

The Little Pharaoh has finally recovered from a fractured metatarsal and resumed training with the squad yesterday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini: 'Milan values forgotten'
11.4 || webmaster

Legend Paolo Maldini has lamented the lack of attention to 'Milan's real values', while looking back on his long Azzurri career.

The conqueror of seven Scudetti and five Champions League trophies played for teams that were very unlike the one currently sitting eighth in the standings.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mexes: 'Milan, let me stay'
11.4 || webmaster

Philippe Mexes believes he still has 'a lot to give' for Milan, whilst admitting his team needs to work on 'conceding fewer goals'.

The French defender has been gradually working his way back into the Rossoneri's starting XI since the brawl that saw him sent off and disgraced in the game against Lazio, and he hopes this is only the beginning.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

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

Scorers: Cerci 37 (M), Dybala pen 72 (P), Menez 83 (M)

Jeremy Menez and Alessio Cerci gave Milan their first away win in five months, conquering Palermo 2-1.

Pippo Inzaghi hoped to build on a win over Cagliari before the break for international duty, but was without an away victory since October. The Rosanero had lost at home only twice this season, but failed to score in the last four rounds. The absentee list included Keisuke Honda, Riccardo Montolivo, Adil Rami, Stephan El Shaarawy and Cristian Zaccardo, while the hosts missed Michel Morganella and the suspended Sinisa Andelkovic.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi: 'AC Milan on right track'
4.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi feels Milan “are on the right track” after their 2-1 victory in Palermo. “We showed character.”

Alessio Cerci got his first goal in a Rossoneri jersey and Jeremy Menez sealed the win, ending a five-month away drought.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan will still pay Muntari
4.4 || webmaster

Sulley Muntari told Milan he won’t play anymore, but his agent insists the club will continue to shell out wages.

The midfielder remarkably told the Rossoneri not to call him up for today’s trip to Palermo, or indeed any other matches, as he is “not a part of their plans for next season.”

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini in Mr Bee's AC Milan?
4.4 || webmaster

La Gazzetta dello Sport claims ‘Mr Bee’ would bring in Paolo Maldini as technical director if he bought Milan.

The reports of a takeover from the Thai investor continue to gather steam, even though President Silvio Berlusconi remains adamant he won’t sell a majority share in the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Muntari 'asked to quit AC Milan'
3.4 || webmaster

Sulley Muntari asked not to be in the squad for Palermo-Milan because “he knows he’s not in their plans for next season.”

Initially Coach Pippo Inzaghi had said he “preferred not to call Muntari so that he can continue training at Milanello.”

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi meeting not about AC Milan?
3.4 || webmaster

It’s reported that Silvio Berlusconi’s meeting with Hong Kong investor Richard Lee last night was not about Milan.

It was reported by several sources this morning that the Rossoneri President had met Lee with as part of a possible takeover of the club by Chinese investors.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inzaghi unconcerned by takeover talk
3.4 || webmaster

Pippo Inzaghi insists he and his Milan players are only focused on football, despite rumours of a takeover.

There has been intensive speculation in recent days that a Chinese group is on the verge of acquiring the club from Silvio Berlusconi, but the Coach says it won’t affect him.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Armero to Flamengo done deal?
2.4 || webmaster

Milan flop Pablo Armero’s move to Flamengo is virtually a done deal, with the player accepting the move, according to reports.

The Colombian is believed to be close to a move to the Brazilian Serie A, after failing to make an impact at San Siro during his loan move from Udinese.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Zapata: ‘I’m ready to play’
2.4 || webmaster

Milan defender Cristian Zapata says he’s ready to return to the pitch after battling with injury problems.

The Colombian centre-back sustained a broken foot in a Coppa Italia match with Sassuolo in January, and has not played since.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan rumours denied
2.4 || webmaster

New reports are emerging which contradict earlier claims that Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell Milan to Chinese investors.

It was reported earlier this afternoon that the Rossoneri President had admitted in private conversation that the transfer of 75 per cent of shares was a ‘done deal’.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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