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July 2019

Pereiro offered to AC Milan?
11.7 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly been offered the chance to sign PSV and Uruguay attacking midfielder Gaston Pereiro.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Pereiro is ready to leave PSV and his €15m valuation is ‘within Milan’s reach’.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan 'look at Leipzig starlet'
11.7 || webmaster

Sky Sport Italia reports Milan are looking at RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano and that more talks for Ismael Bennacer are planned today.

Sky explains Upamecano fits the bill for Milan and they are keen to learn the chances of an agreement being found for the 20-year-old, whose contract expires in 2021.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Only details between Bennacer and AC Milan'
11.7 || webmaster

Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi assures only ‘details’ separate Milan and Ismael Bennacer, who would be ‘foolish’ not to make the move.

Links between Bennacer and Milan have gone quiet since it was reported they had agreed a deal for the midfielder, but Corsi is still expecting the transfer go through.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan give up on Gedson Fernandes
8.7 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly given up on Gedson Fernandes after being told the Benfica midfielder will cost €30m plus bonuses.

The Rossoneri had shown interest in the 20-year-old and Sky Sport Italia noted they had made enquiries.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Donnarumma wants to stay at AC Milan
8.7 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma told Milan he wants to stay, which means reducing his salary with a new contract.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the goalkeeper has made it clear to the new owners Elliott Management that he is committed to rebuilding the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Official: Theo Hernandez for AC Milan
8.7 || webmaster

Milan have finally announced the arrival of Theo Hernandez, although the details on his transfer from Real Madrid are still sketchy.

It was known this morning that the player had completed his move, because the Lega Serie A had his contract listed with it being a permanent move rather than a loan.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonera set for AC Milan role
8.7 || webmaster

There are reports in Spain that Daniele Bonera has turned down a new contract with Villarreal so he can join Marco Giampaolo’s Milan coaching staff.

The 38-year-old defender has been in Spain since he left Milan in 2015 and there are suggestions Villarreal wanted him to continue.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

No European Adventure for AC Milan This Season
8.7 || webmaster

The season hasn’t even started and already it’s bad news for AC Milan fans. The team will not be playing in the Europa League 2019/20, following a breach of UEFA’s financial fair play (FFP) regulations. It’s a decision that has allowed Torino, who finished seventh, to replace them and AS Roma to go straight into the group stage.

What’s going on?

The club have struck up a deal with UEFA and agreed to sit out the tournament for one year, following the recognition that it had been overspending. Under UEFA financial fair play rules, clubs are not allowed to make losses of more than €30 million euro over three seasons, but the association deemed the club to have done this when they spent 200 million on transfers between 2015 and 2017, followed by further spending in 2018.

It’s not the first time that the club has come into conflict with UEFA over its financial conduct, but the club appealed against the first set of sanctions successfully and avoided a two-year ban. This new decision will give AC Milan to tidy up its finances.

What happens next?

The decision will give the club the chance to get their game in order, too. Last season, they had a disastrous campaign under Gennaro Gattuso. They went out in the group stages, finishing third behind Real Betis and Olympiakos. Gattuso resigned after failing to qualify for the Champions League.

Things could be different now that Marco Giampaolo is in charge and he’ll be focusing on Serie A, which will give the new coach time to settle in and work with his players without the pressure of European competition hanging over him just now. Both the club and the fans will be hoping he can restore AC Milan to greatness — and to bring back beautiful football to the club. AC Milan haven’t finished in the top four in Serie A since 2013.

One thing is for sure, though. Giampaolo won’t have it easy. Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sazzi have both returned to the league, taking charge of Inter Milan and Juventus respectively, and Giampaolo is expecting it to be a competitive season. He also considers the overall mentality of many teams to have changed to the extent that even smaller clubs come to the club attack-minded.

Who do you fancy to win it?

With so much happening off the pitch in Serie A, it all makes live betting online extremely exciting, to say the least, and you may well fancy AC Milan to take the league title. The coach has spent four seasons in the top flight now — enough to make it happen.

His style of play at Sampdoria has earned him a whole lot of praise, with tactics that earned the team a reputation for dominating possession, allowing them to build a strong defensive record and a solid attacking one as well. It’s all about keeping the defence compact and organised; passing — with lots of short passes to open up spaces — and pressing in the midfield; and making the attack count. Hopefully, he can make it work for AC Milan.

Ferrero: 'Praet ought to join AC Milan'
5.7 || webmaster

Massimo Ferrero suggests Dennis Praet “ought to join Milan” and gives updates on Sampdoria talks for Sam Lammers, Jan Hurtado and Ruslan Malinovskyi.

The Blucerchiati President spoke to Sportitalia this evening and was his usual ebullient self, spilling the beans on some transfer deals.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bennacer deal for AC Milan
5.7 || webmaster

After Rade Krunic, Milan are set to purchase another Empoli midfielder, with a €16m plus €1m bonus deal for Ismael Bennacer.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the two clubs have agreed terms this evening, beating the likes of Fiorentina and Roma to the Algeria international.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Qatar interested in AC Milan?
5.7 || webmaster

The State of Qatar reportedly wants to invest in Milan, despite alleged denials from Elliott Management.

According to news agency Adnkronos, Qatar has ‘accelerated’ its interest in Milan and representatives of its investment fund are ‘in talks’ to buy the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan meet for Liverpool's Lovren
1.7 || webmaster

Milan are meeting Predrag Mijatovic over a potential deal for Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, but Luka Modric will not be joining.

Mijatovic is arguably best known to Serie A audiences for his spell at Fiorentina between 1999 and 2002, but the former Real Madrid attacker has since gone into player management.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Theo can fly in for AC Milan on Monday
1.7 || webmaster

Milan are expected to finalise the details with Real Madrid and welcome Theo Hernandez for a medical as early as Monday afternoon.

According to Spanish site AS, the deal is practically done for €20m and the left-back will sign a five-year contract.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan miss Kabak
1.7 || webmaster

Milan have officially missed out on Ozak Kabak, as the VfB Stuttgart defender has signed for Schalke 04.

They had been prepared to activate the Turkey international’s €15m release clause.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

PSG ask AC Milan for Paqueta
1.7 || webmaster

Paris Saint-Germain director Leonardo could raid his old club Milan for Lucas Paqueta as a replacement for Juventus-bound Adrien Rabiot.

Leonardo proved instrumental in bringing Paqueta to Serie A from Flamengo in January at a cost of €35m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

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