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June 2019

PSG's Donnarumma bid thrown out
27.6 || webmaster

Milan have thrown out Paris Saint-Germain’s opening bid of €20m plus Alphonse Areola for goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

Multiple sources claimed on Wednesday evening that Milan were in talks to sell Donnarumma to PSG for cash plus Areola, equating to a deal worth €50m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan lose Kabak to Schalke
27.6 || webmaster

Milan look to have missed out on Ozan Kabak as the Stuttgart defender has chosen to join Schalke.

Milan have been locked in talks for Ozan after they expressed a willingness to pay his €15m release clause.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Theo Hernandez close to AC Milan
27.6 || webmaster

Real Madrid are prepared to give Theo Hernandez to Milan on loan with option to buy, according to Sky Sport Italia.

The left-back was spotted in a meeting with director Paolo Maldini in Ibiza at the weekend and all sources point to him being eager for a San Siro switch.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Torreira: 'AC Milan didn't call me'
27.6 || webmaster

Lucas Torreira admits it “hasn’t been easy” adapting to Arsenal, but denies any talks with Milan. “Nobody has called me.”

The midfielder is currently taking part in the Copa America with Uruguay in Brazil and at a Press conference was inevitably asked about reports of a Rossoneri approach.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan meet for Ozan Kabak
25.6 || webmaster

Ozan Kabak’s representatives have arrived at Milan’s offices for talks over a proposed €15m transfer.

Gianluca Di Marzio, Calciomercato.com and Milan News all report the meeting is under way between Rossoneri officials and the Ozdemir brothers, who represent Ozan.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Torreira wants AC Milan move
25.6 || webmaster

Lucas Torreira reportedly wants to be reunited with Marco Giampaolo at Milan, but Arsenal will not lose the midfielder without a fight.

According to Sport Mediaset, Torreira is ready to make an immediate return to Italy, having recently spoke of his problems adapting to England.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan Appoint a New Manager in Giampaolo
25.6 || webmaster

After a devastating departure of Gattuso as AC Milan head coach, the Italian giant have appointed Marco Giampaolo as the new coach on a two-year contract. Marco Giampaolo, 51, signed a contract with AC Milan after parting ways with Sampdoria. This could see the rise of betting odds at top uk casinos. Marco has done exceptionally well at his previous team finishing ninth on the league table with average players.

His performance at Sampdoria has made him to lead the options for the Italian giant football club. As much as AC Milan has appointed a new manager so that they can compete at the top level. The secret to be at the summit is for them to spend money and sign quality players. With Ivan Gazidis being in charge we are likely to see some activities during the summer transfer window.

AC Milan Target Champions League Football

AC Milan are aspiring to get back into the champions league football and Gattuso failed to meet the much needed results. Milan’s failure to secure champions league football forced them the reshuffle the dugout technical team hence the appointment of the former Sampdoria head coach. The Italians giants have not been in the champions’ league for a very long time and with the new football season upon us they want to secure their place by appointing the right people for the job. From the dugout to the pitch, the club are really in need of new spirit and new energy to propel them to the secure the desperately needed result come the end of the season.

Above all, as much as it is not going to be easy for Milan to secure the top spot it’s actually a move towards the right direction. And starting things on a new slate it’s not always a walk in the park. But do not despair when it comes to playing online casino games. If you are a newbie in online gambling sites you can first try the free trial and make sure you get comfortable with playing before placing real money.

AC Milan Looking to Sign Roma Defender Kostas Monalas
25.6 || webmaster

After appointing a new manager, AC Milan are now going all out to strengthen their squad. With the champions’ league football being top of the priority this season, Milan has entered the transfer market to secure the players they need. The glory days of the Italian giants might be on the verge if they manage to secure the much needed players who will yield them the significant results.

On that note, AC Milan are looking to sign the Greece international and AC Roma defender Kostas Monalas to beef up their defense prowess. According to the most renowned Italian Journalist Gianluca DI Marzio reported that Milan are keen and they are most favorite to secure the services of Monalas.

What is really under the Skin?

Despite the 28-year old having a contract running until 2022 and a release clause of 36 million Euro and he is one of the players on the wish list of the new manager. Monalas is being reported to have talks with the Italian giants. And the negotiations are currently under way trying to lower the release clause of the player, you can visit best sports betting sites for betting odds on Kostas Manolas.

Moreover, the Italian side are also looking on other options as they are interested in Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren. Lovren is the potential replacement for Monalas in the event that the negotiation hit a stumbling block.

What’s next for AC Milan?

As much as the new manager is required to make significant signings by the end of the transfer window. It is a well-known factor that the new coach need to bring in the much needed results. And securing the gap left by Cristian Zapata who has served Milan since 2012 is going to be very fundamental. As much as the transfer deals are still heating up and ongoing you can still spend some time playing online casinos nz games and win real money. Play at your favorite games at your favorite online casino and win amazing prizes.

AC Milan Interested in Real Madrid Maestro Isco
25.6 || webmaster

A surprise move has taken place with AC Milan scheduling a meeting with Real Madrid over a possible transfer move for the Spanish maestro Isco. Real Madrid are on the verge of offloading quite a number of players after they spent a staggering amount of 300 million Euros in this current transfer window.

This has triggered a good opportunity for some of the teams which are interested in their players. And AC Milan might cash in to boost their midfield by securing the services of Isco. As much as Milan are interested in signing Isco they have also showed some interest in another Real Madrid player Ceballo who has been very phenomenal in the under 21 Euros.

According to https://www.rsabet.co.za/ the two top players from the Los Blanco’s are on Paulo Maldini’s wish list and if all goes well the club might secure the services of both players.

AC Milan Join Manchester United for Real Madrid Isco

As much as AC Milan are the favorites to secure the services of the Spanish player. Manchester United are also in contention to bring Isco to the Theatre of Dreams. United have been pursuing the services of Isco since the Jose Mourinho’s tenure. After facing a massive mayhem last season ending their campaign outside the Champions’ League football Manchester United are considering to revamp their attacking options. And Isco is considered to the real alternative and a player that will offer the Red Devils with the right balance in the middle of the park.

Nevertheless, the battle to secure Isco’s services will go down the wire. And only the club with real money will be able to bring the Spanish maestro to their club. But at the meantime, you can find time to play best usa online casino games and win real money. It’s quite simple than the football transfer deals. All you need to do is to place your bets and win real money in real time at the best online casino.

Most Expensive Signings Ever Made by AC Milan
25.6 || webmaster

Even AC Milan has been underperforming in the previous few season in Serie A. AC Milan is one of the greatest football clubs that have graced the Italian league. The club became one of the most followed teams during its days of football reign and it has attracted a lot of well-decorated and talented football players. Some of these players were bought by real money. From the likes of Kaka to David Beckham it shows that the club has achieved a lot of great things throughout history. Despite facing a decline in being the football powerhouse Milan has made some attractive and expensive signings in its historical days.

As you sit back and online pokies in australia, also take some time and go through the memory lane and reckon some of the greatest and expensive signings that have graced the San Siro.

Alessandro Nesta

The prominent left-back signed for AC Milan in 2002 for a staggering 31 million Euros from Lazio as his side was facing a financial meltdown, therefore they have to cash in for this iconic player. Alessandro Nesta was part of the AC Milan squad that dominated Serie A league and Europe under Carlo Ancelotti. His prowess in defense made him to create a formidable defensive line partnering with Paolo Maldini, Cafu, Jaap Stam and Alessandro Costacurta.

Leonardo Bonucci

Bonucci has been one of the greatest defenders in Serie A as a Juventus player. His controversial switch from Juventus to Milan stirred a lot of criticism. The Italy international arrived at San Siro for a reported fee of 42 million euros. He had bumpy start at his new club under Montella but when Gattuso took over he produced some stella performance for the club and he is still dominating.

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Official: AC Milan appoint Giampaolo
19.6 || webmaster

Milan have officially appointed former Sampdoria boss Marco Giampaolo as their new Coach on a two-year contract with option for a third.

He terminated his contract with Samp by mutual consent after three seasons and put pen to paper on a two-year deal at Milanello, believed to be worth €2m per term.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sassuolo open to Sensi exit
19.6 || webmaster

Sassuolo boss Roberto De Zerbi admits he is ‘happy’ for wantaway midfielder Stefano Sensi to leave this summer.

Milan have been chiefly linked with Sensi, but there have also been reports of interest from Inter and even Juventus for the 23-year-old.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan close to EL forfeit
19.6 || webmaster

Milan are close to reaching an agreement with UEFA over not playing in next season’s Europa League – and a statement could follow on Wednesday.

Several major outlets are reporting the story, among them Corriere della Sera, which explains the compromise satisfies UEFA and gives Milan more time to balance their books.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bakayoko aims AC Milan parting shot
14.6 || webmaster

Tiemoue Bakayoko has fired a parting shot at his former Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso. “Our relationship was complicated, we didn’t understand each other.”

Bakayoko was for most part a fans’ favourite at Milan, who had a €35m option to make their loan deal for the Chelsea midfielder permanent.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Torreira: 'It was better in Italy'
14.6 || webmaster

Milan target Lucas Torreira admits “it was better in Italy” after one season at Arsenal. “I don’t think there are many things I enjoy here.”

The midfielder spoke to Ovacion, a sport subsection of newspaper El Pais, ahead of the Copa America.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan must pay EUR 25m for Sensi
14.6 || webmaster

Milan are revolutionising their midfield and in talks for Stefano Sensi, but Sassuolo are demanding €20m plus €5m bonuses.

Their interest in the Italy international has been known for some time and he appears ready to move on from the Mapei Stadium.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Giampaolo ready for AC Milan
10.6 || webmaster

Marco Giampaolo is already in Milan and ready to sign the two-year contract, with option for a third, once Sampdoria release him.

Sky Sport Italia report Giampaolo has already returned to Italy after his brief vacation in Croatia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan lock down Romagnoli
10.6 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly taken captain Alessio Romagnoli off the market, but Gianluigi Donnarumma’s future is in doubt thanks to Alessandro Plizzari.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri plan to build their team around the defender and are prepared to resist all offers that come in.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Atletico Madrid can pay EUR 40 mil for Suso
10.6 || webmaster

Milan need to raise funds before June 30 and it’s reported they could sell Suso to Atletico Madrid for €40m.

The Rossoneri are in the middle of an appeal against Financial Fair Play violations, but are trying to show UEFA they’re finally on the right track.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan listen to Kessie offers
10.6 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly open to the idea of selling midfielder Franck Kessie, but will only consider bids above €30m.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri don’t consider the Ivory Coast international to be unsellable this summer and are willing to listen to offers.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ferrero: 'AC Milan, ask me for Giampaolo'
4.6 || webmaster

Sampdoria President Massimo Ferrero is prepared to let Marco Giampaolo go, but “Milan haven’t called me, and they ought to.”

Multiple reports are confident Giampaolo is first choice to replace Gennaro Gattuso at San Siro, although confirmation will only arrive once Paolo Maldini is appointed technical director.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Schick to AC Milan for Andre Silva?
4.6 || webmaster

Marco Giampaolo is looking at Patrik Schick for his Milan attack, claim La Repubblica, with Andre Silva going to Roma in exchange.

Schick was a sensation at Sampdoria under Giampaolo’s guidance, but lost his way following the €14m plus bonuses transfer to Roma in the summer of 2017.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inter and AC Milan snub Carrasco
4.6 || webmaster

Yannick Ferreira Carrasco is reportedly seeking a move to Serie A from Dalian Yifeng, but Inter and Milan are no longer interested.

According to Calciomercato.com, the 25-year-old winger’s agents are currently in Italy trying to find him a new club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini 'optimistic' over AC Milan role
4.6 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini confirms he is ‘optimistic’ after meeting Milan CEO Ivan Gazidis ahead of becoming the club’s new technical director.

The Rossoneri icon has been offered the role vacated by Leonardo but wants some reassurances over his powers before agreeing to take the job.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Giampaolo all-clear for AC Milan
1.6 || webmaster

Marco Giampaolo is increasingly likely to be the new Milan Coach, with Gennaro Gattuso possibly replacing him at Sampdoria.

Simone Inzaghi had been the other main contender for the Rossoneri job, but there are multiple reports from Sky Sport Italia, La Gazzetta dello Sport, La Repubblica and others that he has decided to extend his contract with Lazio.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan negotiate UEFA exclusion
1.6 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly negotiating with UEFA to accept a year out of the Europa League for Financial Fair Play violations with a verdict possible on Monday.

The Rossoneri had won legal action against a previous attempt to exclude them in the 2018-19 season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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