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The Archive

April 2016

AC Milan squad for Frosinone
30.4 || webmaster

Milan are without Giacomo Bonaventura, Andrea Bertolacci and M’Baye Niang against Frosinone, but Mario Balotelli returns.

Balotelli is back after his one-match ban expired with the 2-1 defeat at Verona.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Jackson Martinez part of AC Milan deal?
30.4 || webmaster

Chinese buyer Jack Ma could bring Jackson Martinez to Milan for free as part of the €700m takeover bid, claim reports.

The identity of the potential investor remains secret, although multiple sources including prestigious financial newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore now insist it is Jack Ma.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: €150m deposit for sale
29.4 || webmaster

Milan have a €150m deposit for the club's sale, though the identity of the buyers is still doubtful.

As the Rossoneri face an internal crisis over the poor management of the last few years, the process for the sale of the club appears to be accelerating.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani: 'Not selling Honda'
29.4 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani glosses on the sale of Milan and speaks with the Japanese Press about Keisuke Honda.

The joint-CEO was present at the offices of the Lega Serie A, but he did not discuss the internal crisis he is facing with the Rossoneri's shareholders.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan look to Pellegrini
29.4 || webmaster

Milan are thinking of Manchester City's Manuel Pellegrini as their new Coach, assisted by Marcello Lippi.

The appointment of Cristian Brocchi to the bench of the Rossoneri, on from the sacking of Sinisa Mihajlovic, did not revitalise the sixth-placed team.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani faces civil war
29.4 || webmaster

Joint-CEO Adriano Galliani faces a civil war as Milan's minority shareholders ask for his resignation.

The Rossoneri head and his fellow joint-CEO Barbara Berlusconi held a meeting yesterday evening with the club's minority holders, who control about 0.07% of the shares.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Season over for Ely
29.4 || webmaster

Milan defender Rodrigo Ely will be out for the rest of the season after spraining his ankle.

The 22-year-old hasn’t featured for the Rossoneri since a 4-0 thumping at home to Napoli in October, and won’t play any further part this season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Chinese invest €1.2bn in AC Milan?
27.4 || webmaster

It’s reported the Chinese investment in Milan could total €1.2bn if the deal goes ahead.

Reports today suggest that a group of investors from the Far East have already performed due diligence on the Rossoneri’s accounts, and are close to a deal buy the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Roma have El Shaarawy doubts
27.4 || webmaster

It’s not certain Roma will sign Stephan El Shaarawy outright from Milan, according to reports.

The forward joined the Giallorossi in January after an unsuccessful loan spell at Monaco in Ligue 1, and hit the ground running with five goals and two assists in his first seven games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Fininvest deny AC Milan sale
27.4 || webmaster

Milan’s holding company Fininvest has reportedly denied that Silvio Berlusconi has sold the club for €700m.

Reports emerged today that the Rossoneri owner had agreed to sell the club to a group of Chinese investors, possibly led by billionaire Jack Ma.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi Jr: 'Don't know of AC Milan sale'
27.4 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi’s son Pier Silvio Berlusconi says he ‘doesn’t know anything’ about a possible Milan sale.

Reports have emerged today that the Milan chief is set to sell the Rossoneri to Chinese investors, possibly led by billionaire Jack Ma, for €700m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: Berlusconi to sell AC Milan
27.4 || webmaster

Reports say Silvio Berlusconi has agreed to sell Milan to a Chinese group of investors for €700m.

Tuttosport writes today that Berlusconi has accepted the offer to sell the Rossoneri after a long and intense series of negotiations.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

No comment from Alibaba
27.4 || webmaster

The Alibaba group has declined to comment on speculation that founder Jack Ma is leading the group of investors trying to buy Milan.

Reports broke this morning that Ma, who is the wealthiest man in China, is in charge of the Chinese group that is negotiating with Silvio Berlusconi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan investor's identity revealed?
27.4 || webmaster

Jack Ma, China’s richest man, is reportedly leading the group interested in Milan and he wants to build a new stadium.

La Repubblica reports today that Ma, founder of the Alibaba group and co-owner of Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande, is heading the group that are in talks to take over the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mario Balotelli's future lies with AC Milan
26.4 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli made a return to Italy and Milan back in the summer when he signed on-loan from Liverpool for a season. The striker has struggled to settle ever since he left Inter in 2010 but a return to Serie A may have been enough to rescue his career this season, especially with Euro 2016 coming up later in the year when Italy will be relying on Balotelli to help them come out on top in the tournament.

When Balotelli signed for Manchester City six years ago for a fee thought to be in the region of £20 million to play for former manager Roberto Mancini, he was regarded as one of the most exciting young players in the world. Although he helped the club to win their first ever Premier League title in 2012, many people do not believe he fulfilled his promise in Manchester.


Mario Balotelli


The Italian quickly built up his reputation again in his first spell with Milan, scoring 26 goals in 43 appearances for the club. An opportunity then game knocking for a second chance in England as Liverpool signed the forward to replace Luis Suarez, who had left to join Barcelona. He played just 16 times for the Merseyside club as he fell out of favour with manager Brendan Rodgers before a return to Milan.

With just three goals to his name in the 2015/16 campaign so far, Balotelli has not quite been as prolific as his first spell with Milan. He has only played 18 games and he has had one or two injuries which have kept him out of action. Despite the goals not flowing, the Italian has shown enough flair on the pitch to suggest he does have a future at the San Siro.

At the age of 25, Balotelli should be hitting the peak stages of his career. AC Milan boss Cristian Brocchi may see the forward as a risk worth taking in the off-season where a deal could be done with Liverpool to make the move permanent. That transfer may take place before Euro 2016 because, if Balotelli does go on to have a good tournament for Italy, a number of clubs may become interested in his services.

This season has not been a great campaign for Milan. They are going to miss out on Champions League football once again. However, they should qualify for the Europa League for next season as long as they pick up enough points from their remaining three games. They are 2-9 in the Serie A betting to beat Frosinone as of 26th April which would ensure they are at least one point above Sassuolo, who lead the chase for a Europa League spot in seventh place.

Despite the league campaign not quite living up to the standards set by the Milan fans, the club does have a Coppa Italia final to look forward to against Serie A champions Italy. With Balotelli now fully fit from the groin injury which required surgery earlier in the campaign, the on-loan Liverpool man will be crucial if the 7-2 shots in the betting are to get the better of Juve at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

Verona defeat sees AC Milan running out of European chances
26.4 || webmaster


AC Milan


AC Milan are facing up to the possibility of no European football for a third consecutive season after a humiliating 2-1 defeat away to bottom-of-the-table Verona, and their hopes can only now be guaranteed by success in the end-of-season Coppa Italia Final.

The shock result came too late to save already-relegated Verona, and the fact that their fate was already known heaped further shame on the Rossoneri, who desperately needed the points to keep in touch with the Europa League qualifying places. Milan have just three games remaining, and trailing fifth-placed Fiorentina by six points, they now need an unlikely series of results to claim the final automatic Europa League berth.

Milan’s European aim could still be salvaged by winning the Coppa Italia Final on 21 May against Serie A Champions Juventus. While this is a tall order in itself, a further safety net is appearing with the sixth-placed team in Serie A being given the Europa League place awarded to the Coppa Italia winners (who would be Juventus if they beat Milan in May and they have already qualified for the Champions League). It appears that Milan are being given every opportunity possible to compete again in European competition, but Monday’s defeat to Verona leaves them just one point ahead of Sassuolo in seventh place.


AC Milan ultras


Although the 2015/16 season is likely to see an improved finishing position after last season’s disappointing 10th-placed finish, the key aim of European qualification could easily slip away. Milan have not influenced the UEFA Champions League betting since 2013/14, when they last took part in Europe’s premier tournament, and a third consecutive Serie A campaign that has failed to even yield a Europa League place is sure to heap pressure on new boss Cristian Brocchi, who suffered defeat for the first time after recently replacing Sinisa Mihajlovic.

Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani – who was recently moved to deny reports that the club were looking to sign misfiring striker Mario Balotelli from Liverpool permanently – lost patience with the Serbian Mihajlovic and is now looking for ex-Milan midfielder and youth team coach Brocchi to resurrect a laboured European bid.

The recent 2-1 defeat to Verona had started well for the visitors, with French forward Jeremy Menez giving Milan the lead on 21 minutes. But it was a tired performance from Brocchi’s team and a neutral observer would have been forgiven for thinking Verona, clearly released from the pressures of fighting relegation, were the team desperate to claim a long overdue European place.

It was the home team who hit back with goals from a Giampaolo Pazzini penalty and a spectacular last minute free-kick from Luca Siligardi. That devastating blow leaves Milan with a mountain to climb to claim the automatic Europa League place with just three games left. Furthermore, Milan fans will now be looking over their shoulders at Sassuolo, and having won just once in the last eight games, it is possible that Milan could be pipped for sixth place and therefore must beat Juventus in the showpiece final in May.

Sousa schools AC Milan Coach Brocchi
26.4 || webmaster

Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi was among the students visiting Fiorentina and Paulo Sousa for tactical lessons today.

The Viola hosted a group studying for the Masters Degree in coaching at Coverciano, a diploma that is necessary to become a Serie A Coach.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic won’t return to AC Milan
26.4 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani reportedly held talks about Milan, but Sinisa Mihajlovic won’t return.

The Rossoneri sacked the Serbian Coach earlier this month, promoting Primavera Coach Cristian Brocchi to replace him on the San Siro bench.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mauri: ‘AC Milan must change mentality’
26.4 || webmaster

Jose Mauri admits Milan “have to change our mentality” after defeat to Verona.

The 19-year-old was given his first Serie A start for the Rossoneri, but Cristian Brocchi’s side went down 2-1 to the Butei, who are rooted to the bottom of Serie A.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Brocchi: ‘I take responsibility’
25.4 || webmaster

Cristian Brocchi takes the blame for Milan’s defeat to Verona - “I represent this team and I take responsibility.”

The Rossoneri were humiliated by Serie A’s bottom side, losing 2-1 to the Butei despite having taken a 1-0 lead.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

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

Scorers: Menez 21 (M), Pazzini pen 72 (V), Siligardi 95 (V)

Gianluigi Donnarumma’s heroics weren’t enough, as Verona snatched a fully deserved last gasp 2-1 win over Milan.

Cristian Brocchi had to revamp his side again for the third match in charge, as Mario Balotelli and Alex were suspended with Giacomo Bonaventura, Andrea Bertolacci and M’Baye Niang injured, but Jose Mauri got his first start in a Rossoneri jersey. Hellas were practically relegated and went into this clash without Luca Toni, Mohamed Fares, Filip Helander, Federico Viviani and Samuel Souprayen.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic 'more suited to Inter'
23.4 || webmaster

Ex-Milan defender Alessandro Costacurta argues Sinisa Mihajlovic was “more suited to Inter” for his less flamboyant style.

The Coach was fired just weeks ahead of the Coppa Italia Final with Juventus, as more than the results, President Silvio Berlusconi criticised the standard of football.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonaventura injury blow for AC Milan
23.4 || webmaster

Jack Bonaventura’s season could be over after Milan announced he had suffered a lesion to the right thigh and hip.

The midfielder sustained the injury during the final minutes of Thursday’s 0-0 draw with Carpi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

El Ghazi sparks AC Milan Derby
23.4 || webmaster

Ajax talent Anwar El Ghazi is in Milan, sparking reports of negotiations with both Inter and the Rossoneri.

The attacking right-winger turns 21 next month, but is already a full Dutch international with two senior caps.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lippi, Montella or Sousa for AC Milan?
22.4 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly considering three candidates for their next Coach - Marcello Lippi, Paulo Sousa and Vincenzo Montella.

The Rossoneri sacked Sinisa Mihajlovic earlier this month, appointing Primavera Coach Cristian Brocchi in his stead.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: ‘Bacca wasn’t angry with me…’
22.4 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic notes “the tension at Milan wasn’t there” when he was Coach.

The Serbian was sacked earlier this month and replaced by Cristian Brocchi, a controversial decision which angered a number of Diavolo fans.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca: ‘Brocchi, I’m sorry’
22.4 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca apologised to Cristian Brocchi and Milan for his actions last night - “that’s not me”.

The striker was substituted during last night’s 0-0 draw with Carpi, and glared at the Coach before reportedly driving away from San Siro before the end of the match.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan sale postponed again
22.4 || webmaster

The date for the sale of Milan to a Chinese group keeps being postponed as Silvio Berlusconi won't let go of the club's control.

The Rossoneri are increasingly being linked with investors from the Far East, but in spite of their President's statements in favour of a sale, the odds of a resolution seem to be getting unfavourable.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: 'If I sell AC Milan...'
22.4 || webmaster

President Silvio Berlusconi confessed he could sell Milan, “but only so the club can continue its glorious history in stable hands.”

The patron is dealing with two offers, as negotiations with ‘Mr Bee’ Taechaubol have still not concluded, while a Chinese group has now asked to have exclusive talks for the takeover.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Brocchi: 'Bacca, don't do it again'
22.4 || webmaster

Cristian Brocchi criticised Carlos Bacca for storming off and felt Milan lacked “determination” in the 0-0 with Carpi.

The new Coach had won 1-0 at Sampdoria on his debut after replacing Sinisa Mihajlovic, but was jeered off the field at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca problem for Brocchi
22.4 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca glared at Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi after a substitution against Carpi, then stormed out of the stadium.

The Colombian striker was visibly angry when he was hauled off to make way for Jeremy Menez during the 0-0 draw with Carpi this evening.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 0:0 Carpi - match report
22.4 || webmaster

Milan had penalty appeals, but were also saved in stoppages by Gianluigi Donnarumma in a dismal 0-0 draw with Carpi.

Cristian Brocchi won his debut, a 1-0 result at Sampdoria, but had his first game as Coach at San Siro. Juraj Kucka was suspended with Luiz Adriano, Andrea Bertolacci and M’Baye Niang injured, so Kevin-Prince Boateng was placed in the trequartista role for his first Serie A start since May 2013. The visitors missed Zeljko Brkic, Igor Bubnjic and banned Riccardo Gagliolo.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan vs. Carpi - line-ups
21.4 || webmaster

Milan host battling Carpi at San Siro with Kevin-Prince Boateng in a new role behind Carlos Bacca and Mario Balotelli.

New Coach Cristian Brocchi made a positive debut in last week’s 1-0 win away to Sampdoria, having replaced sacked Sinisa Mihajlovic.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan eye Magpie Sissoko
21.4 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly in the running for Moussa Sissoko after he asked to leave Newcastle United.

According to Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo, the 26-year-old told his agent to find him a new club over the summer transfer session.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan fight for Ben Arfa
21.4 || webmaster

Milan are fighting Liverpool for the signature of out-of-contract Nice midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa, say reports.

The former Newcastle United star’s contract with the Ligue 1 side is expiring in June and he could therefore be available on a free transfer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan miss Bertolacci and Adriano
20.4 || webmaster

Andrea Bertolacci and Luiz Adriano are out of Milan’s encounter with Carpi tomorrow evening.

Juraj Kucka is suspended and M’Baye Niang a long-term injury absentee following his car accident.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan to return for Sissoko?
20.4 || webmaster

Milan will reportedly make a second attempt to sign Moussa Sissoko this summer if Newcastle United are relegated.

The Magpies are currently in serious relegation trouble in the Premier League, occupying 19th place and two points away from safety.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Boateng AC Milan trequartista?
19.4 || webmaster

Cristian Brocchi tested Kevin-Prince Boateng as the trequartista for Milan, moving Giacomo Bonaventura into midfield.

The new Coach won his debut, a 1-0 victory away to Sampdoria on Sunday night, as is now preparing for Thursday’s encounter with Carpi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abbiati: ‘I’d like another year’
19.4 || webmaster

Christian Abbiati says ‘I owe everything to Milan’ and ‘I’d like to do a final year here, but we’ll see’.

The veteran goalkeeper’s contract is set to expire in June and at the age of 38, his time with the Rossoneri could be up.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Sampdoria 0:1 AC Milan - Bacca goal
18.4 || webmaster



Serie A: Sampdoria 0:1 AC Milan - match report
18.4 || webmaster

Scorer: Bacca 71 (M)

Cristian Brocchi won on his Milan debut at Marassi thanks to a Carlos Bacca strike, but Sampdoria protested a disallowed goal.

Sinisa Mihajlovic was fired this week and Brocchi promoted from the Primavera youth job, changing to President Silvio Berlusconi’s preferred 4-3-1-2 formation. M’Baye Niang was sidelined and Juraj Kucka shrugged off an ankle problem in the warm-up. Samp missed Antonio Cassano, Jacopo Sala, David Ivan, Carlos Carbonero and suspended Andrea Ranocchia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montolivo: ‘Win was for Mihajlovic’
18.4 || webmaster

Milan captain Riccardo Montolivo says the win over Sampdoria was for Sinisa Mihajlovic too.

The Serbian Coach was sacked by the Rossoneri last week, with Cristian Brocchi promoted from the Primavera.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Niang recovery ‘satisfactory’
18.4 || webmaster

M’Baye Niang’s ankle injury has been assessed, and Milan confirm the results were “satisfactory”.

The forward picked up the injury in a car crash in February, and is trying to recover in time for the Coppa Italia final against Juventus at the end of May.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: ‘Top clubs following Bacca’
18.4 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca’s agent says the striker is happy at Milan but “I don’t know what will happen in the summer”.

The Colombian striker scored the winner in last night’s win over Sampdoria, but has been linked with an exit after just one season with the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Monaco in for Balotelli?
18.4 || webmaster

Reports in France suggest Monaco could challenge Milan for the signing of Mario Balotelli.

The striker is on loan with the Rossoneri from Liverpool, but it’s not certain the move will be made permanent at the end of the season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan sale delayed
18.4 || webmaster

Milan's sale to a Chinese group, scheduled at six to eight weeks, is being delayed as Silvio Berlusconi is uncertain.

The mediation by Galatioto Sports Partners had sped up the process of the club's sale, to the point that the Chinese acquisition of 70 per cent of the shares for €400m was estimated to take place in two months at most.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Sampdoria vs. AC Milan - line-ups
17.4 || webmaster

Sampdoria: Viviano; Diakité, Silvestre, Cassani; De Silvestri, Fernando, Krsticic, Dodò; Soriano, Alvarez; Quagliarella

Sampdoria bench: Brignoli, Puggioni, Pereira, Correa, Palombo, Rodriguez, Moisander, Muriel, Skriniar, Christodoulopoulos, Barreto

Milan: Donnarumma; Abate, Alex, Romagnoli, Antonelli; Kucka, Montolivo, Bertolacci; Bonaventura; Bacca, Balotelli

Milan bench: Abbiati, Diego Lopez, Calabria, De Sciglio, Zapata, Mexes, Josè Mauri, Poli, Locatelli, Boateng, Menez, Honda

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Soriano: 'Brace against AC Milan!'
17.4 || webmaster

Sampdoria's Roberto Soriano wants to score two goals against Milan to earn a spot for Euro 2016.

The two teams face off tonight at 19:45, in a game that could be surprisingly open.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Quagliarella enjoys Donnarumma duel
17.4 || webmaster

Fabio Quagliarella “feels like I never left” Sampdoria, despite 10 years passing, and has a message for Milan goalkeeper Gigio Donnarumma.

The 33-year-old striker made a big impact at Sampdoria in 2006-07 and went through Udinese, Napoli, Juventus and Torino before returning to Marassi in January.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Luiz Adriano out for AC Milan
16.4 || webmaster

Cristian Brocchi makes his Milan debut without Luiz Adriano, but Juraj Kucka returns against Sampdoria.

Luiz Adriano didn’t complete today’s training session and is therefore not risked for the trip to Genoa.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Brocchi: 'No more Balotelli chances'
16.4 || webmaster

New Milan Coach Cristian Brocchi warned he is “not a wizard,” but told Mario Balotelli “there are no more chances.”

“I know our opponents well and we trained also taking into account what Samp have done in recent games,” said Brocchi in his Press conference.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan 'sold to China in 6-8 weeks'
16.4 || webmaster

Salvatore Galatioto, the American mediator, claims Milan could be sold “in six to eight weeks to a Chinese group that has big ambitions.”

After negotiations with ‘Mr Bee’ Taechaubol broke down, President Silvio Berlusconi is considering selling 50 per cent or more to Chinese investors.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan costs up, revenue down
15.4 || webmaster

Milan are in talks for a sale to Chinese investors, but it’s reported their revenue has dropped and costs increased, running at a loss of €89m.

President Silvio Berlusconi values the club at €1bn, whereas the Chinese investors with American advisors are closer to €650m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: AC Milan close to Chinese sale
15.4 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi is reportedly close to agreeing a deal to sell a Milan stake to Chinese investors, but there’s disagreement over the valuation.

Thai property tycoon Bee Taechaubol had agreed a deal to buy 49 per cent of the club, but the deal has hit a series of delays, so holding company Fininvest has looked elsewhere.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: American partner revealed
15.4 || webmaster

Milan's Italo-American advisor in the sale to China is revealed to be MLB, NBA and NFL veterans Galatioto Sports Partners.

The Rossoneri have left behind the drama with Bee Taechaubol and have new plans to sell the club. Reports suggest they are looking to sell to a Chinese group, via the mediation of an American partner.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Stoke join Niang race?
14.4 || webmaster

Stoke City will reportedly challenge Leicester City and Borussia Dortmund for Milan’s M’Baye Niang.

Leicester were interested in the French forward in January, but ultimately decided not to submit an official offer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan sue over Galliani claims
14.4 || webmaster

Milan have announced that “appropriate action” will be taken after Adriano Galliani was linked to the Panama Papers.

It was alleged by La Repubblica that Galliani will be named in tomorrow’s L’Espresso as one of a number of Italians who have money offshore, as part of the ongoing Mossack Fonseca leaks.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Preziosi ‘will pay €10m for Suso’
14.4 || webmaster

Genoa President Enrico Preziosi says he’s ‘willing to buy Suso from Milan for €10m’ when his loan ends.

The Spaniard arrived at the Marassi in January and has been in impressive form, scoring a superb hat-trick against Frosinone on 3 April.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

New group of AC Milan investors?
14.4 || webmaster

A Chinese-American group has reportedly overtaken Mr Bee as the likeliest Milan investor, but they want the majority stake.

Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol has been in talks with the Rossoneri about acquiring 48 per cent of the club for almost a year, but significant progress is yet to be made.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Prandelli: 'Brocchi has AC Milan destiny'
13.4 || webmaster

Cesare Prandelli believes Cristian Brocchi “can do really well at Milan. I think he was destined for greatness.”

The former midfielder was appointed yesterday after Sinisa Mihajlovic’s dismissal, gaining promotion from the Primavera youth team.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: 'AC Milan never so bad'
13.4 || webmaster

President Silvio Berlusconi defended his decision to sack Sinisa Mihajlovic for Cristian Brocchi. “We've never seen Milan play so badly.”

The ultras from the Curva Sud released a statement bitterly criticising the patron for firing the “blameless” tactician while disguising the problems within the team and club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: 'Thank you, AC Milan fans'
13.4 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic thanked Milan fans “for appreciating me as a man,” but insulted Kevin-Prince Boateng’s fiancée.

The Coach received a Golden Tapir award from satirical show Striscia La Notizia, a common situation for those who have just been fired.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan ultras: 'Mihajlovic blameless'
13.4 || webmaster

Milan ultras insisted Sinisa Mihajlovic “is not to blame” for this poor season and slammed President Silvio Berlusconi.

The decision to fire Mihajlovic and replace him with Primavera youth team Coach Cristian Brocchi has infuriated most fans, who see it as a continuation of the confusion at the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Brocchi: ‘Different AC Milan approach’
13.4 || webmaster

Cristian Brocchi promises his approach as Milan Coach will be “not better, but different” to Sinisa Mihajlovic.

The former midfielder was promoted from the Primavera after the Serbian was sacked yesterday, and was officially presented today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Two-month deal for Brocchi?
12.4 || webmaster

Cristian Brocchi’s Milan contract is reportedly only a two-month deal.

The Primavera Coach replaced Sinisa Mihajlovic after the Serbian was sacked this morning, and will take charge until the end of the season.

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Players and fans back Mihajlovic
12.4 || webmaster

Milan fans appear to be backing sacked Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, and the players are reportedly unhappy with his dismissal.

The Serbian was officially dismissed by the Rossoneri this morning, with Primavera Coach Cristian Brocchi taking over until the end of the season.

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OFFICIAL: AC Milan sack Mihajlovic
12.4 || webmaster

Milan have officially sacked Sinisa Mihajlovic and appointed Primavera Coach Cristian Brocchi in his stead.

The decision was in the air after a three-hour dinner yesterday between Brocchi and the club's President Silvio Berlusconi.

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Balotelli must convince AC Milan
11.4 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli reportedly wants to stay at Milan, but will need more than a good performance against Juventus to convince them to keep him.

The striker is on loan from Liverpool at San Siro until the end of the season but has had a difficult season plagued with injuries and poor form.

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Mihajlovic: 'AC Milan heads held high'
10.4 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic was “angry with the result, not the performance” after Milan lost to Juventus “with heads held high.”

The Rossoneri suffered a second consecutive 2-1 defeat, both times having taken the lead, but he was at least partly reassured.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:2 Juventus - match report
10.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Alex 18 (M), Mandzukic 27 (J), Pogba 65 (J)

Juventus fought back from an early Alex goal to beat 2-1 Milan at San Siro and continue their march on the Scudetto.

The Rossoneri were in a training retreat for six days after their embarrassing defeat to Atalanta, but missed Jeremy Menez, Christian Abbiati, M’Baye Niang and suspended Andrea Bertolacci. The Bianconeri were six points clear at the top of the table following 20 wins in 21 rounds, so confidence was sky high. Sami Khedira sat out a ban with Paulo Dybala, Giorgio Chiellini, Roberto Pereyra and Martin Caceres sidelined.

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Serie A: AC Milan vs. Juventus - line-ups
9.4 || webmaster

AC Milan: Donnarumma; Abate, Alex, Romagnoli, Antonelli; Honda, Montolivo, Kucka, Bonaventura; Bacca, Balotelli

AC Milan bench: Diego Lopez, Livieri, Calabria, De Sciglio, Ely, Mexes, Zapata, Jose Mauri, Locatelli, Poli, Boateng, Luiz Adriano

Juventus: Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Rugani; Lichtsteiner, Pogba, Marchisio, Asamoah, Alex Sandro; Mandzukic, Morata

Juventus bench: Neto, Rubinho, Evra, Padoin, Sturaro, Lemina, Cuadrado, Hernanes, Zaza

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Galliani: 'Balotelli must earn AC Milan'
9.4 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani said Mario Balotelli “has to earn the right to play for Milan and convince us to buy him outright.”

“Balotelli has to earn the right to play for Milan. He knows that, we had a very long talk about it. He must convince us to buy him outright, so it depends only on him.

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Montolivo to start AC Milan - Juventus?
8.4 || webmaster

Riccardo Montolivo is back training with the squad and could well start for Milan against Juventus tomorrow night.

The captain had been struggling with a muscular problem, but resumed full training with his teammates today.

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Dybala misses AC Milan
8.4 || webmaster

As expected, Paulo Dybala has not been deemed fit enough for the Juventus squad to face Milan.

Coach Massimiliano Allegri confirmed in his pre-match Press conference that he wouldn’t risk the striker, who has a muscular injury.

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Mihajlovic: ‘Looking for AC Milan reaction’
8.4 || webmaster

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic “expects a reaction” from his Milan players against Juventus tomorrow.

The Rossoneri have won just once in their last six Serie A games, and are now just a point ahead of Sassuolo, leaving them in danger of missing out on Europe for a third consecutive season.

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Donnarumma: 'AC Milan must unite'
8.4 || webmaster

Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma calls for a 'united Milan to fight for every ball' against Juventus.

It kicks off tomorrow evening at 19:45 UK time. The game will pitch against each other Bianconeri veteran Gianluigi Buffon and his much younger, promising counterpart who is attached to the Rossoneri colours.

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Galliani: ’Balotelli wants AC Milan stay’
7.4 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani says Mario Balotelli has “a crazy desire” to stay at Milan.

The striker is on-loan from Liverpool, but has missed most of the season with a sports hernia.

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Galliani: ‘I don’t understand AC Milan’
7.4 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani explains his visit to Milanello - ‘I was asking why our poor form happened’.

Milan’s joint-CEO visited the training ground this week, to speak with the players and Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.

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Sacchi: ‘AC Milan, stick with Mihajlovic’
7.4 || webmaster

Arrigo Sacchi says Milan should stick with current Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.

It was reported this week that the Rossoneri had asked their legendary former tactician for advice, and he discussed the position of Mihajlovic on Radio Due.

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Agent: 'Several clubs want Niang'
6.4 || webmaster

M’Baye Niang’s agent confirms “there are several clubs interested” in the Milan striker, but “it’s too early to talk about it.”

The 21-year-old forward is currently out of action after injuring his ankle in a car accident.

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Raiola: 'Zlatan retirement a crime!'
6.4 || webmaster

Agent Mino Raiola won’t rule out Zlatan Ibrahimovic retiring, but “it’d be a crime against sporting humanity!”

The Paris Saint-Germain striker will be out of contract in June and has several different options for his future, including Milan, Chelsea, Inter, Manchester United and a move to American MLS.

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Montolivo: ‘Unacceptable AC Milan’
6.4 || webmaster

Captain Riccardo Montolivo admits Milan’s recent form is “not acceptable”.

The Rossoneri haven’t won in their last four Serie A games, and are now in serious danger of missing out on Europe for the third season in a row.

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Berlusconi picks Brocchi?
6.4 || webmaster

Reports suggest Milan President Silvio Berlusconi has decided on Cristian Brocchi to replace Sinisa Mihajlovic.

The Serbian Coach appears certain to leave at the end of the season, with joint-CEO Adriano Galliani pushing for Marcello Lippi to replace him.

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Fiore, AC Milan, Juve on Castrovilli
6.4 || webmaster

Milan joined Juventus, Fiorentina and Palermo in the race for Bari prodigy Gaetano Castrovilli.

The 19-year-old midfielder is away from the spotlight, playing as he does for a Serie B side, and mostly in the youth team.

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AC Milan target Fiorentina's Sousa?
6.4 || webmaster

Fiorentina Coach Paulo Sousa is reportedly a target for Milan, who are hunting for a new Coach.

The Rossoneri are believed to be discussing a reform of the club, which would entail sacking Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.

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AC Milan - Juventus: Balotelli to start
6.4 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli could start in Milan-Juventus, while Paulo Dybala and Sami Khedira seem doubtful.

The 25-year-old hasn't been in great condition since returning from injury in January and still hasn't notched a goal this year.

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Nesta: 'AC Milan, keep Mihajlovic'
6.4 || webmaster

Former Rossoneri icon Alessandro Nesta defends Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic: 'It's not all his fault'.

The 40-year-old Italian is currently coaching Major League Soccer club Miami FC, and his debut on the bench saw him picking up a 1-1 draw against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

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AC Milan: Sacchi pushes for Di Francesco
6.4 || webmaster

Milan's summit kicked off a three-horse race to replace Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, with Cristian Brocchi, Marcello Lippi and Eusebio Di Francesco all in.

The disappointing season and the continued crisis within the Rossoneri leads many to believe that Mihajlovic will not be confirmed as their Coach next season, and may even be sacked after the next match against Juventus.

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AC Milan all-clear for Kovacic?
6.4 || webmaster

Spanish papers claim Real Madrid have given Mateo Kovacic the all-clear to join Milan on loan next season.

The rumour had already emerged in Italy and now AS suggest the deal is already at an advanced stage.

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Arsenal eye AC Milan teen Locatelli
6.4 || webmaster

Arsenal sent scouts to view Milan prodigy Manuel Locatelli, but the Rossoneri have no intention of selling.

The midfielder is only 18 years old, but has already been promoted to the senior squad under Sinisa Mihajlovic.

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Paolo Maldini: ‘Goodbye Cesare’
6.4 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini and his siblings have written an open letter to their late father, Cesare.

Both Paolo and Cesare are Milan legends, having made 1,314 appearances for the Rossoneri between them.

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‘Special ceremony for Cesare Maldini’
4.4 || webmaster

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms a special ceremony will be held to remember Cesare Maldini.

The former defender passed away on Saturday night at the age of 84, and was remembered by the world of calcio in this weekend’s fixtures.

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Galliani confronts AC Milan squad
4.4 || webmaster

It’s reported that a heated confrontation took place at Milanello between Adriano Galliani, Sinisa Mihajlovic and the squad.

Milan lost 2-1 at Atalanta yesterday, their fourth winless game in Serie A, and are now in serious danger of missing out on European football altogether.

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Bacca: ‘AC Milan a dream’
4.4 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca “always had the dream” of playing for Milan, but “Italian football is tough”.

The Colombian international joined the Rossoneri from Sevilla this summer, and has scored 14 goals in his 31 Serie A games so far this season.

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Galliani: ‘Difficult AC Milan moment’
4.4 || webmaster

Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani admits ‘we’re wondering why form has dropped’ and pays tribute to Cesare Maldini.

The Rossoneri were beaten 2-1 by relegation-threatened Atalanta yesterday to continue their poor run, the day after Milan legend Cesare Maldini passed away.

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Serie A: Atalanta 2:1 AC Milan - match report
3.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Luiz Adriano pen 5 (M), Pinilla 44 (A), Gomez 62 (A)

Milan fumbled an early lead for a shock 2-1 defeat to relegation battlers Atalanta, including a Mauricio Pinilla overhead kick.

The Rossoneri missed Keisuke Honda, Juraj Kucka, Alex and M’Baye Niang, so Mattia De Sciglio was used at right midfield. The hosts finally got their first win of 2016, but remained in the damger zone.

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Gattuso: 'AC Milan lost identity'
3.4 || webmaster

Veteran Gennaro Gattuso disagrees with imposing a training retreat on Milan: 'I wouldn't have accepted it'.

Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic announced a training retreat for the Rossoneri squad, as a disciplinary action after the embarrassing 2-1 defeat to minnows Atalanta.

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Mihajlovic: 'Unacceptable AC Milan'
3.4 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic apologised to Milan fans for an “unacceptable” defeat to Atalanta and put them in a training retreat.

The Rossoneri run the serious risk of missing out on Europe entirely following a 2-1 loss in Bergamo today, as Sassuolo are only one point behind them now.

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AC Milan: 'Maldini is our history'
3.4 || webmaster

Milan officially honour late Cesare Maldini as 'a fundamental part of the Rossoneri history'.

News were released this morning that the former player and Coach passed away. His home club Milan will play with a black armband in today's game against Atalanta.

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Football mourns Cesare Maldini
3.4 || webmaster

Football is in mourning following the death of former Milan and Italy legend Cesare Maldini.

The father of Paolo passed away last night, announced his family, at the age of 84.

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Aubameyang: The one that got away
2.4 || webmaster

Every football club has their own tale of a player that they let through their grasp and who later went on to develop into a star, and while AC Milan have had their fair share over the years, Pierre-Emmick Aubameyang can certainly be considered as the one that got away. Sinisa Mihajlovic would undoubtedly give anything to have a striker of Aubameyang’s calibre right now, with the Gambian international currently enjoying another superb season at Borussia Dortmund where he has blossomed as a result of harnessing the considerable potential that he showed during his time in Italy.

Aubameyang joined AC Milan’s youth academy in January 2007 as an unknown quantity but soon made his potential known in the inaugural Champions Youth Cup, scoring against every opponent despite the team finishing fourth. Seven goals in six games were not only enough for the then 18-year-old striker to pick up to Roberto Bettega award for finishing as the tournament’s top goalscorer, but also attract the attention of several on-looking scouts. His promising development as a future star for the Rossoneri continued with the Primavera team, but his lack of game time began to hamper his progress.

Former agent, Yvan Le Mee, has stated that the coaches preferred Italian players over the Gambian striker and that things could have been different for both parties if the young star was given a chance. The player eventually left in December 2011 after going on loan over a three-year period to different clubs across France and failing to make a single first-team appearance for the Rossoneri, with Saint-Ettiene snapping up Aubameyang for a mere €1.8 million. His talent and ability became instantly noticeable at a club that allowed him to shine, with Aubameyang going from strength to strength following his €13 million move to the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund; he has become an integral part of Tomas Tuchel’s team, with his wonderful goal-scoring form at domestic and European level making his transfer fee look like an absolute bargain as each game passes.

AC Milan may argue that Aubameyang was unlikely to break into Massimo Allegri’s team ahead of the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alexandre Pato and Filippo Inzaghi, but allowing a player who had an abundance of potential to leave so cheaply has come back to haunt us. You only have to watch his recent performances to realise why the striker is being linked with a big-money move this summer, particularly in the Europa League where he recently put three goals past Tottenham, who are chasing the English Premier League title, over the two legs of their recent tie. Their odds have improved since their last match, with Aubameyang’s brace securing a 2-1 victory at Tottenham that not only sealed a 5-1 aggregate win, but also resulted in Betway installing the Germans as serious contenders to win the Europa League. His goals against the English side took his European tally for the season to seven, and if he continues to terrorise defenders with his electric pace and finishing ability, then Borussia Dortmund could find it very difficult to hold onto their prized asset.

Perhaps the most galling aspect of Aubameyang’s development since he left the San Siro is that his current Bundesliga total of 22 goals is one less than our current strike force have managed between them. Carlos Bacca is the only forward that should be exempt from criticism, with the Colombian enjoying a strong season with 14 goals as he has settled nicely to life in Serie A. However, Mihajlovic has been left majorly disappointed by the contribution of the other strikers on AC Milan’s books, with Luiz Adriano failing to make any sort of impact and Mbaye Niang struggling to turn his potential into goals. The biggest let down is unquestionably Mario Balotelli whose poor attitude and ego continues to follow him wherever he goes; the Italian striker may struggle to be selected in Antonio Conte’s 23-man squad for Euro 2016, with Mihajlovic seemingly fed up with his lack of application and effort on the pitch to the extent that Balotelli may be left out altogether.

What Mihajlovic and the fans would give to have Aubameyang at the club right now.

EDF: 'I didn't insult AC Milan'
2.4 || webmaster

Eusebio Di Francesco insists he didn’t insult Milan, but “there’s a good chance I will stay at Sassuolo next season.”

He spoke to Sky Sport Italia after a 3-1 victory away to Carpi put them one point behind Milan, albeit with a game in hand.


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Honda out of Atalanta - AC Milan
2.4 || webmaster

Keisuke Honda, Juraj Kucka and Alex are out of Milan’s trip to Atalanta on Sunday afternoon.

Honda returned from international duty in Japan with a knock and failed a fitness test during today’s training session.

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Galliani: 'Ibrahimovic unsustainable'
2.4 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani warns Milan can’t afford Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Domenico Berardi and Leonardo Pavoletti fit the new project.

President Silvio Berlusconi announced he wanted to build an all-Italian side at San Siro, based mostly on their youth academy.

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