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May 2018

Strinic: ‘I’ve signed for AC Milan’
27.5 || webmaster

Sampdoria full-back Ivan Strinic confirms “I’ve signed a three-year contract with Milan”, with the move to be confirmed after the World Cup.

It has been rumoured for some time that the Croatian international had agreed to join the Rossoneri, moving to San Siro on a free transfer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Dzeko: ‘I was close to AC Milan’
27.5 || webmaster

Roma striker Edin Dzeko admits his dream growing up “was to play for Milan”, and that he came close to joining them in 2009.

The Bosnian has spent the past three seasons in Serie A, winning the Capocannoniere crown in the 2016-17 season, but he could have been in Italy far sooner.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Donnarumma could stay at AC Milan
27.5 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma could reportedly stay at Milan, as no club is willing to pay the €70m asking price.

The goalkeeper’s agent, Mino Raiola, has made no secret of the fact he’d like to move his client on this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: Li rejected AC Milan bid
27.5 || webmaster

Milan’s board are reportedly studying ways to oust the Chinese owners, as Yonghong Li is said to have rejected a €450m takeover bid.

The Rossoneri will be sanctioned by UEFA for Financial Fair Play, with the governing body deciding not to offer them a settlement agreement.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Juventus eye Romagnoli
27.5 || webmaster

Juventus are reportedly keeping tabs on Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli, who may have to be sold this summer.

The Rossoneri have not been offered a Financial Fair Play settlement agreement by UEFA, so will be sanctioned by a tribunal next month.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso sparks Milan revival but money issues still a problem
27.5 || webmaster

The news that AC Milan are in danger of being banned from European competition for breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules is an unwelcome distraction to their summer transfer plans.

Milan's case was referred to the adjudicatory chamber of UEFA's club financial control body earlier this week, with the regulatory body set to look into whether Chinese investors Rossoneri Sport have the ability to repay loans they took out to finance the purchase of the club last summer.

American hedge fund Elliott Management is reported to have loaned the Li Yonghong-led group more than Ł250 million and these loans must be repaid by October, together with more than Ł40m of interest.

Milan finished the Serie A campaign in sixth place, good enough for a place in next season's Europa League, although it was another disappointing campaign by their standards.

However, Gennaro Gattuso did spark an arrival in the club's fortunes after taking over as manager in December 2017 and he is eager to build a side capable of challenging for a top four spot next term.

Milan are priced at around 16/1 to win next season's Serie A title and punters should use this BookiePro Promo Code if they fancy Gattuso to inspire them to even greater heights.

He was deservedly rewarded for his work with a contract that will see him remain in charge until 2021 and his tenacious nature seems to be an ideal fit for Milan.

Without a league title since 2011, Milan's most realistic aim next term is to secure a return to the Champions League.

Retaining the services of the likes of Gianluigi Donnarumma and Suso would be a major statement of intent.

Midfield is one area that Gattuso has said he wants to strengthen and Milan have become increasingly confident that they can snap up Marouane Fellaini on a free transfer from Manchester United this summer.

The Belgian's contract expires next month meaning he is free to enter into talks with any club – although he has not ruled out staying at United and they could yet make an improved offer for him.

Fellaini isn't everyone's cup of tea as a player, but his style of play would bring added grit to Milan's engine room.

Bernard (Shakhtar Donetsk) and Nicolo Barella (Cagliari) are other potential midfield targets, although Jordan Veretout is arguably the player Gattuso should be prioritising.

The Fiorentina player excelled in his first season in Italy and his transfer fee should be within Milan's range.

With two or three quality additions to their squad Milan should certainly be capable of challenging for the top four next term – assuming the club can resolve its FFP issue.

Balotelli and Donnarumma for Napoli?
25.5 || webmaster

Agent Mino Raiola refused to comment when asked if Mario Balotelli and Gianluigi Donnarumma could go to Napoli.

The Nice striker is a free agent next month, as his contract with the Ligue 1 side expires, while the Milan goalkeeper has an increasingly tense situation with the fans at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lazio dream of Romagnoli
25.5 || webmaster

Lazio are reportedly considering a summer move for Milan defender Alessio Romagnoli, to replace Inter-bound Stefan de Vrij.

The centre-back is a self-confessed fan of the Biancocelesti, and posted a picture of himself wearing their shirt after he left Roma.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Napoli appoint Ancelotti
25.5 || webmaster

Carlo Ancelotti is officially the new Coach of Napoli on a three-year contract after Maurizio Sarri was effectively sacked today.

“Calcio Napoli are happy to announce the definition of an agreement with Coach Carlo Ancelotti to become lead the first team for the next three seasons and therefore starting from 2018-19.”

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan risk UEFA exclusion
25.5 || webmaster

Milan could become the 17th club to be denied access to UEFA competition for failing Financial Fair Play tests, joining the likes of Galatasaray and Panathinaikos.

UEFA released a statement this evening confirming the negotiations over a voluntary agreement and settlement agreement had failed and the club will go to a disciplinary hearing next month.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 5:1 Fiorentina - match report
20.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Simeone 20 (F), Calhanoglu 23 (M), Cutrone 41, 58 (M), Kalinic 49 (M), Bonaventura 75 (M)

Milan had gone behind, but came back with a vengeance to crush Fiorentina 5-1 and book their Europa League ticket.

The Rossoneri needed a win to be sure of sixth place and direct access to the Europa League group phase, or at least to match Atalanta’s result at Cagliari, but Riccardo Montolivo and Fabio Borini were suspended with Suso, Andrea Conti and Cristian Zapata injured. Manuel Locatelli stepped in for not 100 per cent fit Lucas Biglia. The Viola were virtually out of the running for Europe and had Jordan Veretout banned.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan announce Guizhou partnership
20.5 || webmaster

Milan have announced a partnership with Chinese club Guizhou Hengfeng FC, passing on their “know-how” to grow young talents.

They finished eighth in last year’s Chinese Super League.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Kessie: ‘I need to do better’
20.5 || webmaster

Milan’s Franck Kessie says he needs to ‘do even better’ next season in order to help his side reach the Champions League.

The Ivorian midfielder has made 53 appearances in a productive first year at the San Siro, scoring five goals and contributing six assists.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Suso out of AC Milan - Fiorentina
20.5 || webmaster

Suso is out of Milan’s final game of the season against Fiorentina, with Riccardo Montolivo and Fabio Borini suspended.

Gennaro Gattuso must do without his Spanish winger, who picked up a muscular problem in training today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'Sixth place life-changing'
20.5 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso warns the difference between sixth place and seventh is “life-changing” as Milan prepare to face Fiorentina.

“I don’t feel calm at all, as it won’t be an easy game and Fiorentina will give it their all,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini: 'Donnarumma situation sad'
20.5 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini feels Gianluigi Donnarumma, Milan and the ultras all come out of their tense stand-off as losers. “It’s really sad.”

The club legend spoke to Tuttosport about his career and the problems experienced by current goalkeeper Donnarumma.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'Andre Silva must do more'
13.5 || webmaster

Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso warns Andre Silva “has talent, but needs to do far more” amid reports of Wolverhampton Wanderers interest.

The Portugal international is only 22 years old, but his debut Serie A season has been poor with 10 goals and two assists in 39 competitive games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'Work on AC Milan mentality'
13.5 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso confessed he’s been working on Milan mentality and helping Gianluigi Donnarumma ahead of must-win games with Atalanta and Fiorentina.

The Rossoneri are currently in sixth place, but only one point ahead of Atalanta and three from Fiorentina.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan eye Falcao or Muriel
13.5 || webmaster

Milan will target Monaco striker Radamel Falcao, but if they fail to qualify for the Europa League, the option is Sevilla’s Luis Muriel.

According to Tuttosport, the Rossoneri have identified Colombia international Falcao as the centre-forward they need to really boost their attacking potential next term.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Juve talks for Bonaventura
13.5 || webmaster

Reports continue to grow that Juventus are in negotiations with Milan for Giacomo Bonaventura, with Roma, Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal interested.

The rumours Max Allegri wants Bonaventura in Turin have been swirling for several weeks, but are picking up momentum.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Coppa Italia: Juventus 4:0 AC Milan - match report
13.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Benatia 56, 64 (J), Douglas Costa 61 (J), Kalinic og 76 (J)

Giorgio Chiellini was injured and Gonzalo Higuain surprisingly dropped in favour of Mario Mandzukic. The Rossoneri were highly-motivated, as victory would also ensure their place in the Europa League group phase. Instead, this means fifth, sixth and seventh will go into the Europa League, but the side in seventh will need to start the preliminary rounds in July.

This was the fifth time these clubs have met in the Coppa Italia Final, with three Juve victories in 1942, 1990 and 2016, losing only in 1973. All five of the meetings between these sides in one-off Finals of all competition had gone to extra time, four of them to penalties.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Calhanoglu: ‘Gattuso improved me’
7.5 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu admits “the first few months were very hard for me”, but Gennaro Gattuso turned him around.

The Turkish international joined the Rossoneri from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer, but he struggled at the beginning of his Serie A career.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ancelotti: ‘I’m supporting AC Milan’
7.5 || webmaster

Carlo Ancelotti confirms he’s supporting Milan against Juventus in the Coppa Italia final and believes Gennaro Gattuso “is doing very well”.

The 58-year-old has been Coach of both teams, but is synonymous with the Rossoneri having both played for them and enjoyed a successful spell on the bench at San Siro.


Read the rest on Football Italia.

Biglia fit for Coppa Final?
7.5 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia could reportedly make his comeback in the Coppa Italia Final against Juventus on Wednesday.

Biglia was considered a risk for the World Cup after he injured his back during Milan’s 1-0 defeat to Benevento on April 21.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'AC Milan took foot off gas'
6.5 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso again told off Milan for “taking our foot off the gas” in a 4-1 win over Verona and fired them up for the Coppa Italia Final.

“We all want the Coppa Italia, but we’ll be up against a great side like Juventus,” the Coach told Mediaset Premium.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cutrone: 'Now for the Coppa'
6.5 || webmaster

Patrick Cutrone hopes the 4-1 victory over Verona can give Milan more momentum going into the Coppa Italia Final with Juventus.

The Rossoneri mathematically doomed Hellas Verona at San Siro and Cutrone got his first goal in six rounds.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 4:1 Verona - match report
6.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 10 (M), Cutrone 32 (M), Abate 49 (M), Lee 84 (V), Borini 89 (M)

Milan earned a comfortable 4-1 victory to keep European ambitions alive and mathematically sent Hellas Verona back to Serie B.

The Rossoneri were battling for Europa League places, but lost their last home game to already-doomed Benevento and were missing Lucas Biglia and Andrea Conti, but Alessio Romagnoli returned from injury. Hellas were practically relegated, knowing they’d be down if they failed to win at San Siro – something the club had never managed in 26 previous attempts.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan back for Belotti
1.5 || webmaster

Milan are back in for Andrea Belotti, reports suggest, and Torino would no longer demand €100m.

The striker has a release clause which is only valid for foreign clubs, and made it clear last summer they wouldn’t accept less than that fee, €100m, to sell to the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Happy birthday, Leo Bonucci
1.5 || webmaster

Today is the 31st birthday of Milan captain and Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci.

The defender was born in Viterbo in 1987, and began his career with local side Viterbese, before being signed-up to play in Inter’s youth team.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abate to move to MLS?
1.5 || webmaster

Milan full-back Ignazio Abate is reportedly wanted by Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy.

The defender is out of contract in June 2019, but it’s expected that he’ll move on this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: ‘AC Milan gave answers’
1.5 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso reflects on Milan’s win over Bologna, insisting - “the answers were there”.

The Coach had been highly critical of his squad after six games without a win, but they bounced back with a 2-1 win yesterday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Germany still the team to beat in Russia this summer
1.5 || webmaster

The World Cup is now less than two months ago, which is always a sentence that always gets over a billion people around the globe doing a little dance and putting up their wall planners. While the managers of the 32 teams preparing to participate in this summer's tournament in Russia will be finalising their plans and squads, the rest of us are busy trying to predict just how the 2018 World Cup will pan out. Now, as we've seen in the past, most recently with Portugal's victory at the 2016 European Championships, major tournaments aren't always won by those teams you'd expect.

This, however, is rarely the case when it comes to the World Cup. While there is always the chance a Panama could make it to the latter stages of the tournament, getting out of the group and then beyond the knockout round takes more than a couple of lucky breaks. No, despite the hope that fuels a nation for a few months, there are only a handful of teams that realistically have a chance of lifting the famous trophy in Russia this summer - and we're afraid to say that England aren't one of them, especially after the loss of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Despite the brief genuine belief that will sweep the nation before Gareth Southgate's men inevitable loss to Poland in the round of 16.

So, which teams stand the best chance of success this summer:

Germany

Perhaps surprisingly, Germany won't start this World Cup as the firm favourites. Despite possessing, what many feel is, the strongest squad on paper, Joachim Low's side have been written off by some, priced at around 5/1 with some. The Germans will certainly arrive in Russia full of confidence after winning last year's Confederations Cup, with what was a squad missing the majority of their best players. On the flip-side, though, winning the World Cup's warm up tournament is usually a precursor to failing to win the big one. While they may have the strongest squad, there are some question marks next to the German's forwards, with some wondering where the goals are going to come from without the prolific Miroslav Klose. That said, you'd be a brave soul to write off Low's men, and it's no surprise to see so many picking the Germans to win over on the FootballTips.com World Cup tips guide.





Brazil

Having taken over from Dunga in June of 2016, Tite completely turned things around for the five-time World Cup winners after dominating a tough South American qualifying group - something his predecessor struggled to do. With memories of a disastrous 2014 World Cup campaign still fresh in Brazilians' memories, capped off by their 7-1 hammering at the hands of Germany, there is a lot of pressure on Brazil this summer in Russia in a relatively easy group in which Serbia will be their main challengers along with a Switzerland team featuring AC Milan left back Ricardo Rodriguez. Of course, much of the South Americans' hopes depend on how fit Neymar is - with the PSG striker in a race against time to recover from a broken metatarsal. Behind him, though, Tite has a plethora of talent, more than enough to make a real charge towards a sixth World Cup title, repeating what they did in 1958: winning a World Cup in Europe. And with odds of around 11/2 to go all the way in Russia, Brazil appear to have as good a chance as any.





Spain

There are some who continue to write Spain off as a team past their best but that's a very simplistic way of looking at one of the main contenders this summer. Led by the influential Sergio Ramos, Spain possess the talent and know-how to make a real run at the title this year. In David De Gea, Sergio Busquets, David Silva, Isco, Gerard Pique, Jordi Alba and Andres Iniesta, Spain have a group of players that could walk into any team in the world. And with AC Milan's Suso also knocking at the door after an impressive spell in Serie A, there are a number of potential match winners in this Spain squad. The question is now whether they can put it all together when it matters. If they can, Spain have a great chance of lifting the trophy, reflected in their pre-tournament betting odds, priced at around 7/1, although Portugal, featuring Cristiano Ronaldo and Suso's AC Milan team-mate Andre Silva, will be hoping to push the Spaniards all the way in Group B.







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