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August 2016

Mati Fernandez heading to AC Milan
31.8 || webmaster

Mati Fernandez is expected to join Milan on loan with option to buy after the Fiorentina midfielder rejected Cagliari.

The Chile international midfielder's agent is heading towards Casa Milan this evening, just an hour before the transfer deadline.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Diego Lopez to Espanyol
31.8 || webmaster

Diego Lopez has officially completed a transfer deadline day move on loan to Espanyol.

Lopez left Milan’s training complex for the final time earlier on Wednesday and flew out for the move.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Rigoni arrives for AC Milan move
31.8 || webmaster

Midfielder Luca Rigoni has arrived at Casa Milan to complete his transfer from Genoa.

According to the latest reports, the 31-year-old walked into the club HQ with just a couple of hours to spare on transfer deadline day.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Empoli loan Mauri
31.8 || webmaster

Empoli have confirmed the arrival of Milan midfielder Jose Mauri on a season-long loan.

Mauri’s move to Empoli comes as no surprise, rhe Argentine having appeared just 10 times for Milan since his switch from Parma last summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella sarcastic with AC Milan
28.8 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella made sarcastic jibes at Napoli, Inter and the lack of a Milan transfer kitty. “Maybe Chinese owners sent the cheque to the wrong address.”

The tactician spoke to Sky Sport Italia and Mediaset Premium after a chaotic 4-2 defeat at Napoli, which saw Juraj Kucka and M’Baye Niang sent off.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Napoli 4:2 AC Milan - match report
27.8 || webmaster

Scorers: Milik 18, 33 (N), Niang 51 (M), Suso 55 (M), Callejon 74, 93 (N)

Arkadiusz Milik bagged an early brace for Napoli and Jose Callejon neutralised a comeback from nine-man Milan in this 4-2 thriller.

The Partenopei fought back from 2-0 down to draw at Pescara in the opening round, but made many changes, drafting in Arkadiusz Milik and Dries Mertens, while Jorginho returned from suspension. The Rossoneri beat Torino 3-2 thanks to a Carlos Bacca hat-trick and last-gasp Gianluigi Donnarumma penalty save. Gustavo Gomez got his debut after stepping in for banned Gabriel Paletta.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Napoli vs. AC Milan - line-ups
27.8 || webmaster

Napoli: Reina, Hysaj, Albiol, Koulibaly, Ghoulam; Allan, Jorginho, Hamsik; Callejon, Milik, Mertens

Napoli bench: Rafael, Sepe, Strinic, Valdifiori, Maggio, Zielinski, Chiriches, Gabbiadini, L Insigne, Grassi, R Insigne, Laciski

Milan: Donnarumma; Abate, Gomez, Romagnoli, De Sciglio; Kucka, Montolivo, Bonaventura; Suso, Bacca, Niang

Milan bench: Diego Lopez, Gabriel, Vangioni, Antonelli, Ely, Calabria, Jose Mauri, Honda, Locatelli, Sosa, Luiz Adriano, Lapadula

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Pasalic to AC Milan
27.8 || webmaster

As expected, Milan have confirmed the signing of Mario Pasalic on loan from Chelsea.

The Croatia international midfielder had two days of intensive tests for a medical, as he’s been out since February with a back injury.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Italy: Ventura calls new faces
27.8 || webmaster

Giampiero Ventura has named his first Italy squad to face France and Israel, including Gianluigi Donnarumma, Andrea Belotti and Alessio Romagnoli.

The Azzurri will begin their new era with a friendly against France on September 1 at the Stadio San Nicola in Bari.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Donnarumma to make Italy history?
26.8 || webmaster

Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma will reportedly get his first senior Italy call-up against France.

The Azzurri will host France at the Stadio San Nicola in Bari on September 1.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Lapadula in AC Milan squad
26.8 || webmaster

Gianluca Lapadula could make his official Milan debut this weekend, as he’s in the squad to face Napoli.

The striker was top-scorer in Serie B last season, and joined the Rossoneri from Pescara this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Official: Italy get four CL teams
26.8 || webmaster

Italy will have four teams in the Champions League from 2018 following UEFA's new reform.

Serie A is currently represented in the Champions League by a maximum of three teams, one of which has to dispute a play-off round. This is due to Italy's international coefficient rankings being lower than those of the Premier League, the Spanish Liga or the German Bundesliga, all of which get four teams.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: 'Pasalic injury is resolved'
26.8 || webmaster

Mario Pasalic's agent reassures Milan that 'his back problem was resolved several months ago'.

The Croatian midfielder is undergoing an extensive, two-day long medical exam before joining the Rossoneri on loan from Chelsea.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mario Pasalic starts two-day medicals
26.8 || webmaster

Mario Pasalic will start his medicals with Milan today, and they will go on until tomorrow.

The Chelsea midfielder is set to start his loan with the Rossoneri, but first he must pass a much more exhaustive exam than the usual ones reserved for new players.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: 'Romagnoli is not for sale'
25.8 || webmaster

Milan officially confirm they rejected an offer from Chelsea for Alessio Romagnoli, and declare him “not for sale”.

It was reported earlier today that a €40m bid had been rejected, and now that has officially been confirmed by the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Pasalic arrives for AC Milan
25.8 || webmaster

Chelsea midfielder Mario Pasalic has arrived in Italy to join Milan - “I’m happy, we’ll talk after the medical”.

The Croatian midfielder is set to join the Rossoneri on a season-long loan, provided he passes an in-depth medical amid fears over a back injury with which he has been suffering.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mauri set for Empoli loan
25.8 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Jose Mauri is reportedly set to join Empoli on loan with an option to buy.

The Argentinian joined the Rossoneri when Parma fell into bankruptcy, but failed to force his way into the side last season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: in-depth medicals for Pasalic
25.8 || webmaster

Milan have a special deal set up for the loan of Mario Pasalic from Chelsea, but they are concerned about injury trouble.

The player is expected this afternoon in Italy for his medicals with the Rossoneri, and will be looking to join them on a €1m loan deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: 'Awaiting Romagnoli offer'
23.8 || webmaster

The official Milan television channel stated today that Chelsea could make a formal offer for Alessio Romagnoli and it might be considered.

There have been reports that Antonio Conte’s club are targeting the Italy Under-21 international centre-back for €35m, but that the proposal was rejected.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

West Ham rejected for Bacca
23.8 || webmaster

Milan TV claims West Ham United made a new offer for Carlos Bacca, but it was rejected.

The Hammers were pursuing the Colombian striker earlier this summer, but the player ultimately decided against the move.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sheva: 'Bacca must do more'
23.8 || webmaster

Andriy Shevchenko thinks Carlos Bacca can be 'essential' for Milan: 'But he must learn to work for the team'.

The Colombian seemed set to leave the Rossoneri this summer, but his dazzling start to the season, inclusive of a hat-trick against Torino, suggests he may end up staying put.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan lucky to have Donnarumma’
22.8 || webmaster

Former Milan midfielder Massimo Ambrosini believes his old club are “lucky” to have Gianluigi Donnarumma.

The goalkeeper made his Serie A debut last season at the age of just 16, and saved all three points with a penalty stop against Torino yesterday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bertolacci out for two weeks
22.8 || webmaster

Andrea Bertolacci will be out for at least two weeks with a thigh injury, Milan have officially confirmed.

The midfielder came on as a substitute against Torino, but was almost immediately stretchered off again with an injury.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan reject Chelsea for Romagnoli?
22.8 || webmaster

It’s reported Chelsea made an official offer for Alessio Romagnoli, but Milan made it clear he’s not for sale.

The 21-year-old is seen by many as the future of Italian defending, along with Juventus’ Daniele Rugani, with the pair having a formidable partnership for the Azzurri Under-21s.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: 'If I'd known, Donnarumma...'
21.8 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic joked about Gianluigi Donnarumma’s penalty save as Torino almost completed an epic comeback at Milan.

“I think we played open football and for long periods we dominated. We deserved a victory, not a defeat, but we made too many mistakes on the three goals we conceded,” the Toro Coach told Sky Sport Italia after the 3-2 result.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca: 'I promised AC Milan'
21.8 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca celebrated his hat-trick against Torino and revealed why he turned down West Ham. “I want to bring Milan back to Europe.”

The Colombian netted three in tonight’s thrilling 3-2 victory at San Siro, including a penalty.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani: 'No Paredes or Kovacic'
21.8 || webmaster

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani concedes they were turned down for Mateo Kovacic and Leandro Paredes, but not interested in Rodrigo Caio.

“The transfer strategy was agreed between all the various elements of the club,” Galliani told Mediaset Premium.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 3:2 Torino - goals/highlights
21.8 || webmaster



Serie A: AC Milan 3:2 Torino - match report
21.8 || webmaster

Scorers: Bacca 38, 50, 63 (M), Belotti 48 (T), Baselli 91 (T)

Milan won an incredible game 3-2 against Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Torino, as Carlos Bacca scored a hat-trick and Gigio Donnarumma saved a last-gasp penalty.

Mihajlovic was back at San Siro after being sacked in April and hoped for revenge at the helm of an impressive Toro outfit. Vincenzo Montella had to do without new buys Jose Sosa and Gianluca Lapadula, while Mattia De Sciglio was not 100 per cent fit.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Belotti reveals AC Milan love
21.8 || webmaster

Torino striker Andrea Belotti admits he’ll be slightly torn at San Siro today, as he used to come here to cheer on Milan.

This certainly won’t be a new experience at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza for Belotti, as the Italy Under-21 international knows it well.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan return Lapadula to Pescara?
21.8 || webmaster

There is an extraordinary suggestion Pescara could bring Gianluca Lapadula back on loan after selling him to Milan.

The striker was the undoubted star of last season in Serie B, scoring 30 goals in 44 Serie B games, including the promotion play-offs.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sosa's AC Milan debut delayed
21.8 || webmaster

Jose Sosa’s international transfer has not arrived from Besiktas, so he is out of tomorrow’s Serie A opener against Torino.

Sosa arrived this week from Besiktas for €7.5m, but will not be able to make his debut yet.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan want Roma's Paredes, but...
19.8 || webmaster

Milan are attempting to take Roma's Leandro Paredes away, but many obstacles make the transfer unlikely.

The Rossoneri are on the look-out for young, technically gifted midfielders, and the 22-year-old Argentine fits the bill perfectly.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan rejected for Kovacic?
19.8 || webmaster

It’s reported Milan spoke to Real Madrid today for Mateo Kovacic, but a loan bid was rejected.

The Rossoneri are looking to strengthen their squad, but are limited in what they can do until a Chinese takeover is completed.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan swap De Sciglio for Zaza?
18.8 || webmaster

Milan and Juventus could consider a swap deal involving Mattia De Sciglio and Simone Zaza, reports suggest.

Zaza was on the verge of a move to Wolfsburg, but the transfer collapsed after the Bianconeri couldn’t agree on a transfer fee.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Diawara or Kovacic
18.8 || webmaster

Milan are torn between Bologna's Amadou Diawara and Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic, say reports.

The Rossoneri are still looking for one midfielder for Vincenzo Montella, and both deals present benefits and challenges. The 19-year-old midfielder is a talented prospect and joint-CEO Adriano Galliani met with his agent yesterday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan request Rodrigo Caio
18.8 || webmaster

Milan are turning their focus towards Rodrigo Caio, but would leave him at Sao Paulo until January.

Sky Sport Italia suggest the Rossoneri are making an intriguing proposal to the Brazilian who turned 23 today.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: AC Milan sign Sosa
18.8 || webmaster

Milan have officially confirmed the signing of midfielder Jose Sosa from Besiktas for €7.5m.

The Rossoneri have been pursuing the Italian international all summer, and he took his medical this morning.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sassuolo meet AC Milan for Matri
15.8 || webmaster

Sassuolo and Milan will reportedly meet today, as a deal for striker Alessandro Matri gets closer.

The 31-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to the Neroverdi, with sporting director Giovanni Carnevali admitting he “could be useful”.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Boca buy time for Bentancur
15.8 || webmaster

Boca Juniors are buying time as Milan keep pressing for Rodrigo Bentancur.

The Rossoneri are believed to be willing to offer €15m for the young midfielder, which represents just about their entire budget until the new ownership release an extra €85m in September.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini: 'Chaos in AC Milan'
15.8 || webmaster

Veteran Paolo Maldini claims 'there are no clearly defined roles nor guidance from the president' at Milan.

The legendary defender has been touted for a position as the club's ambassador, smoothing out the relationship between the environment and the new ownership from China.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gomez enjoys AC Milan debut
15.8 || webmaster

Gustavo Gomez made his Milan debut this evening and is “at the Coach’s disposal for the match with Torino.”

The Paraguayan defender arrived from Lanus for €8.5m earlier this month.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella: 'I accept AC Milan decisions'
15.8 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella would gladly keep Luiz Adriano, Carlos Bacca and Mattia De Sciglio at Milan, “but I accept what the club wants.”

The Coach was speaking to Sky Sport Italia after a 2-0 friendly victory away to Freiburg, decided by a Luiz Adriano brace.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan won't give in on Bentancur
15.8 || webmaster

Juventus continue to block Rodrigo Bentancur at Boca Juniors, but Milan won’t give up and raise the offer again.

The Bianconeri have first refusal on the 19-year-old midfielder, as they have an option to buy for €9.4m to be activated before April 20, 2017.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Luiz Adriano brace revives AC Milan
15.8 || webmaster

Luiz Adriano bagged a first half brace for Milan to earn an impressive 2-0 friendly win away to SC Freiburg.

The Rossoneri played their final pre-season friendly, though were missing the likes of Suso, M’Baye Niang and Diego Lopez.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan vs/ Valencia for Mangala
15.8 || webmaster

Milan continue their interest in taking Eliaquim Mangala on loan from Manchester City with option to buy, but face competition from Valencia.

The 25-year-old France international has become notorious for defensive errors since arriving from Porto for €30m two years ago.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Juventus - AC Milan Bentancur row?
14.8 || webmaster

Milan set an ultimatum to Boca Juniors for Rodrigo Bentancur, but it’s rumoured Juventus are angry with the Rossoneri.

The Bianconeri have an option to buy the 19-year-old midfielder for €9.4m that must be activated by April 20, 2017.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca to remain at AC Milan
14.8 || webmaster

After months of speculation and rejecting West Ham United twice, Carlos Bacca looks to be staying at Milan.

The Colombia international only joined from Sevilla for €30m a year ago, but was not initially part of new Coach Vincenzo Montella’s plans.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan set Bentancur deadline
14.8 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly given Boca Juniors a deadline to accept €13m plus bonuses for Rodrigo Bentancur or they’ll look elsewhere.

South American sources seem confident the deal is done for a total of €15m, including €2m add-ons, and even suggested he was already flying out for a medical.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gomez in for Freiburg vs. AC Milan
14.8 || webmaster

Milan have flown out for a friendly against Freiburg, including new defender Gustavo Gomez.

The Rossoneri go into their final test of pre-season before next weekend’s Serie A opener against Torino.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan visit Bournemouth for friendly
14.8 || webmaster

Milan will visit AFC Bournemouth in a friendly on Saturday September 3 at the Vitality Stadium.

The occasion will be a testimonial for former player Warren Cummings, who has over 300 appearances in a Cherries shirt.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Celta Vigo ask for Suso
14.8 || webmaster

Milan have turned down a €7m offer from Celta Vigo for Suso, but would be tempted to sell for €10m.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, a proposal was sent to San Siro by the Spanish club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan confirm shirt numbers
12.8 || webmaster

Milan have announced the shirt numbers for their squad in 2016-17, including new buy Gianluca Lapadula wearing 9.

It’s worth noting that the Number 7 jersey has still not been assigned, as that could go to another midfielder this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gustavo Gomez 'AC Milan star for 10 years'
12.8 || webmaster

“Gustavo Gomez will be Milan’s first choice defender for the next 10 years,” assures Lanus President Nicolas Russo.

The versatile 23-year-old Paraguay international can play in the centre, right or left and was snapped up this month for around €8m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan reject Napoli for De Sciglio
12.8 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly rejected advances from Napoli for full-back Mattia De Sciglio.

The Partenopei are in need of a full-back, and a move for Inter’s Davide Santon fell through earlier this summer after he failed a medical.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan miss out on Trofeo TIM after Sassuolo defeat
12.8 || webmaster

With the Serie A season just a matter of weeks away, AC Milan stepped up their preparations for the new campaign by taking part in the 16th edition of the Trofeo TIM alongside Spanish side Celta Vigo and Sassuolo. Despite seeing off the La Liga side on penalties following a goalless draw, a 3-2 defeat to their Italian rivals meant they missed out on the trophy. The tournament compiles of 45 minute matches, and took place at the Mapei Stadium. Vincenzo Montella’s side take on Torino in their first league fixture on August 21, with the Rossoneri favourites in the football betting to claim all three points.

In the first of the three matches that made up the competition, Milan faced off against Celta Vigo, and looked the more accomplished side throughout. Starting with a centre back pairing of Gabriel Paletta and Luca Antonelli, and with Carlos Bacca leading the line, Milan were dominant throughout. However, after spurning several chances to take the lead, with the Mexican the main culprit, Milan were made to rely on penalty kicks to see off the Spaniards. With Diego Lopez showing his credentials for the season ahead, it was only Japanese international Keisuke Honda who failed from twelve yards. Milan are the 5/6 favourites for victory over Torino in the football betting with bookmakers Coral, however they will have to find their shooting boots before the big kick off. A classic Coral bet of 33/1 on Milan claiming their first Serie A title since 2011 certainly looks unlikely given the spending of reigning champions Juventus.

For their second match of the day, Milan made six changes for their encounter with Sassuolo. Montella’s men found themselves two goals up inside ten minutes, thanks to a brace from M'Baye Niang. However, this was as good as it got for Milan, and goals from Sassuolo trio Diego Falcinelli, Politano and Marcelo Trotta made it 3-2 to the home side. Matters were compounded for Milan after Niang was forced off injured early in the first half with a suspected hamstring injury. With such a high scoring contest, the football betting at Coral for Milan’s opening fixture is changing all the time, with a 4/1 bet for the home side to score over 3 goals looking attractive.

Elsewhere for the Rossoneri, Montella looks set to battle Juventus for the signature of Boca Juniors winger Rodrigo Bentancur. It is thought that the Uruguayan will cost in the region of 15 million Euros. Meanwhile, Milan remain outsiders in the football betting with Coral to sign Germany’s Julian Draxler.

Mangala on AC Milan shortlist?
11.8 || webmaster

Reports in France suggest Manchester City defender Eliaquim Mangala is a target for Milan and Valencia.

The centre-back has been left off City’s squad list for the Champions League, while John Stones has arrived from Everton.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: ‘AC Milan sold for love’
11.8 || webmaster

Milan President Silvio Berlusconi says he’s selling the club to a Chinese consortium as “an act of love”.

Sino-Europe Sports has signed a preliminary deal to acquire the majority stake in the club from Fininvest, the holding company which Berlusconi founded.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Matri nears Sassuolo switch
11.8 || webmaster

Multiple reports suggest Milan striker Alessandro Matri is close to agreeing a move to Sassuolo.

The forward joined the Rossoneri from Juventus for a fee of €11m in 2013, but failed to force his way into the side.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca decides on AC Milan stay?
11.8 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca has reportedly decided to stay at Milan, as he likes Coach Vincenzo Montella’s system.

The Colombian striker has been heavily linked with a move this summer, with West Ham United interested in him.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Why AC Milan should do everything they can to sign Isco
11.8 || webmaster


AC Milan ultras


It has been a positive summer for everybody associated with AC Milan. Earlier this month, the club confirmed that the Sino-Europe Investment Management Changxing group have agreed a deal to buy 99% of Milan’s shares from Silvio Berlusconi, and most fans will be happy at this latest move. The Italian giants will now have plenty of opportunities to invest heavily in the transfer window but their £176million worth of debt has also been wiped out completely by their new Chinese investors.

Now, they should focus on bringing a number of top stars to the San Siro as AC Milan look to work their way back to the top of Italian football. One of the names being linked with a move to Milan this summer is Isco. The Real Madrid man has struggled for regular game-time under Zinedine Zidane and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see the Spaniard look elsewhere for regular football ahead of the new campaign. Whilst Milan aren’t in the Champions League, recent events may be enough to convince the big names to join the club.





On his day, Isco is a supreme talent and the 24-year-old would give Milan a competent, creative threat in the final third. Okay, so he isn’t going to go and score 15 goals a season but Isco’s intelligence and ability to read the game could help to create plenty of chances for the Italian side this year. As of August 9th, Milan are 15/8 to finish in the top three in bet365's Serie A betting markets, and Isco will certainly give them the best opportunity to climb the division and hold their own against the likes of Napoli, Roma and city rivals Inter.

Without a shadow of a doubt, Milan are no longer an elite club, but they can be. They have the facilities, the knowledge and the experience of performing at the very top; they just need the players and support staff to back up their claims. Isco’s arrival would potentially help to attract other big names to the San Siro and the Rossoneri will be expecting head coach Vincenzo Montella to invest heavily this summer. With the backing of the new Chinese investors, there’s absolutely no reason why Milan should be sitting back in the transfer window. They NEED to target a few top stars...



If nothing else, Isco could be the marquee signing that AC Milan need to send out a statement of intent ahead of the new campaign. The Italian giants are widely regarded as one of the greatest clubs in European football history and they have been stuck in the doldrums for far too long. It is now time for Milan to rise again and compete with Italy’s top clubs, and for that to happen, they must place their emphasis on signing Isco. The Spaniard should be their number one priority.

OFFICIAL: AC Milan confirm Fassone
11.8 || webmaster

Sino Europe confirm Marco Fassone will be Milan's new director general, while their holding company will be renamed 'Rossoneri Sport'.

The Diavolo's new ownership released their first official statement today, confirming the upcoming appointment of their director general.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Donnarumma: 'Montella excellent'
11.8 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma praises 'excellent' Coach Vincenzo Montella, whilst looking forward to Milan-Torino.

The Aeroplanino has been known to work well with youngsters, and the 17-year-old goalkeeper certainly sounds satisfied, in spite of the recent loss to Sassuolo.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Bentancur for 5 years
11.8 || webmaster

It's revealed that Milan are offering Rodrigo Bentancur a five-year contract, although the deal may still take a while.

The 19-year-old midfielder from Boca Juniors emerged as the primary target for the Rossoneri, even to the point of challenging Juventus for him.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sassuolo comeback crushes AC Milan
11.8 || webmaster

Milan threw away a 2-0 lead from M’Baye Niang’s brace for a 3-2 defeat to Sassuolo, meaning Celta Vigo win the Trofeo TIM.

The Rossoneri had drawn 0-0 with Celta Vigo, winning on penalties, while the Spaniards beat Sassuolo 1-0 in the other 45-minute mini-match of the evening at the Mapei Stadium.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella: 'Ambitious AC Milan ideas'
10.8 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella believes Milan “are working on an ambitious and risky idea of football” after their Trofeo TIM match with Celta Vigo.

The mini-game ended 0-0 after 45 minutes, so the Rossoneri won 4-2 on penalties thanks to two Diego Lopez saves.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan beat Celta Vigo on pens
10.8 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca missed two sitters in a 0-0 draw with Celta Vigo, but Milan won their first Trofeo TIM mini-match on penalties.

The traditional pre-season tournament consists of three 45-minute games and this year is hosted by Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bentancur free for AC Milan
10.8 || webmaster

It’s reported Juventus aren’t interested in Rodrigo Bentancur, so Milan are free to make a formal offer.

As part of the deal which saw Carlos Tevez return to Boca, the Bianconeri have the option of buying the Uruguayan midfielder for €9.4m before April 20, 2017.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan €15m budget for midfielder
9.8 || webmaster

According to Sky Sport Italia, Milan have opened up a €15m budget to buy a new midfielder.

The decision was given the all-clear by both President Silvio Berlusconi's company Fininvest and Marco Fassone, who is acting as representative for the Chinese conglomerate.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani asks for extra funds?
9.8 || webmaster

It’s reported Adriano Galliani has asked Fininvest to provide Milan with extra transfer funds.

A preliminary agreement has been signed to sell the club to a Chinese consortium, but the closing isn’t expected until November.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Galliani out, Maldini in
9.8 || webmaster

Milan could recall Paolo Maldini as the club's ambassador, whilst Adriano Galliani looks to become the president of Lega Serie A.

New owners Sino Europe are redesigning the board of directors and the staff members within the Rossoneri, looking to build an entire new team almost from scratch.

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Sino Europe for 'new AC Milan president'
9.8 || webmaster

Milan's new owners, Sino Europe, promise a new president for the club: 'But Silvio Berlusconi will remain in a honorary position'.

The reshuffling of the Rossoneri's higher echelons has already begun, with Marco Fassone expected to be confirmed shortly as the new director general.

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AC Milan sale in November
8.8 || webmaster

The sale of Milan to Chinese investors will be completed by November 4, according to reports.

Club President Silvio Berlusconi has signed a preliminary agreement to sell the Rossoneri to a Chinese consortium, with an initial €100m investment expected in the next month.

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Isco agent: ‘Not joining AC Milan’
8.8 || webmaster

Isco’s agent declares his client is “not interested” in joining Milan “or any other club” this summer.

The Real Madrid playmaker was linked with a move to the Rossoneri, as it was claimed Los Merengues wanted to sell him.

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Agent: ‘Badelj wants AC Milan’
8.8 || webmaster

Milan Badelj’s agent confirms his client’s “dream is to go and play for Milan” but Fiorentina “don’t want to sell him”.

It emerged over the weekend that the Rossoneri were pushing for the Croatian midfielder, as they’re keen to reunite him with Coach Vincenzo Montella.

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AC Milan after Prade, Romeo
8.8 || webmaster

Milan could appoint former Inter and Fiorentina directors Andrea Romeo and Daniele Prade as it restructures its staff.

One of the first and most important changes to the Rossoneri's internal hierarchies was the appointment of Marco Fassone as new director general, which should be followed in September by the departure of joint-CEO Adriano Galliani.

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Galliani out in September
8.8 || webmaster

Joint-CEO Adriano Galliani is expected to leave Milan in mid-September, as the new ownership reshuffles its directors.

The historic sale of the Rossoneri to a Chinese conglomerate was officially completed on Friday, and it is expected that the club's board of directors will change substantially as a consequence.

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AC Milan step-up Badelj chase
7.8 || webmaster

Milan have stepped-up their pursuit of Milan Badelj, and reportedly expect a response from Fiorentina in the coming days.

Joint-CEO Adriano Galliani met with the Croatian international’s agent in Ibiza today, and the Rossoneri are offering around €12m.

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AC Milan conclude Badelj meeting
7.8 || webmaster

Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has reportedly met with Milan Badelj’s agent, and will offer around €10m to Fiorentina.

It was reported yesterday that the arrival of new Chinese owners had seen the Rossoneri step-up their interest the 27-year-old.

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Owners want AC Milan ‘back at top’
7.8 || webmaster

The Chinese consortium buying Milan say they want to return the club ‘to the top of the world.’

The group, headed by Yonghong Li, signed preliminary documents on Friday to trigger the beginning of their takeover of the Rossoneri from Silvio Berlusconi.

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AS: AC Milan want Isco
7.8 || webmaster

Spanish daily AS report that Real Madrid are keen to sell Isco, with Milan interested.

The 24-year-old midfielder has struggled to command a place in Zinedine Zidane’s starting line-up and has now been told he can look for a new club.

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Bacca no to West Ham
7.8 || webmaster

Corriere della Sera report that Carlos Bacca has failed to agree personal terms with West Ham United.

The Colombian forward has been linked with a move away from current club Milan throughout this summer’s transfer window, with the Hammers repeatedly said to be interested in taking him to London.

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AC Milan to bid for Badelj, Cuadrado?
7.8 || webmaster

Milan will reportedly look to bring in Milan Badelj and Juan Cuadrado as they attempt to strengthen their squad.

The Rossoneri have had to be patient in this summer’s transfer window due to the club’s ownership situation, but the announcement of Silvio Berlusconi’s sale to Chinese investors on Friday has paved the way for new arrivals to come in.

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AC Milan push for Badelj?
7.8 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly pushing for Fiorentina midfielder Milan Badelj.

It was confirmed yesterday that a preliminary agreement has been reached to sell the club to Yonghong Li, with a deposit of €100m due within 35 days.

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AC Milan, Juve linked to Paredes
6.8 || webmaster

Roma may sell Leandro Paredes to Milan or Juventus in order to sign Amadou Diawara or Youri Tielemans.

The 22-year-old did well in the Giallorossi's preseason, but he may end up being sacrificed by the club as they pursue other priorities.

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Capello: 'AC Milan to China was fate'
6.8 || webmaster

Fabio Capello says it was 'destiny' that Milan should be purchased by the Chinese: 'Today a single businessman can't cut it'.

After an extremely protracted negotiation process, the Diavolo has finally changed hands, and a conglomerate led by Chinese investor Yonghong Li will direct the club going forwards.

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AC Milan: Chinese bring Witsel, Cuadrado
6.8 || webmaster

The new ownership's injection of cash allows Milan to pursue Zenit St Petersburg's Axel Witsel, plus Chelsea's Juan Cuadrado and Diego Costa.

The Rossoneri have been paralysed on the market for weeks as they awaited the sale of the club to a Chinese conglomerate. With the latter operation now concluded, joint-CEO Adriano Galliani can count on €15m immediately and another €85m within the next 35 days, which will be reinvested on the market.

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Fassone director general of new AC Milan
6.8 || webmaster

Inter veteran Marco Fassone is chosen as Milan's incoming director general, but the new owners remain largely unidentified.

The Rossoneri may have been officially sold to the Chinese, resulting in a powerful injection of capital, but the process of rebuilding the club structurally has barely just begun.

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Berlusconi: Painful but necessary
5.8 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi has described his decision to sell Milan to Chinese investors was ‘painful but necessary.’

The 79-year-old has brought his reign as Rossoneri President to an end by agreeing to allow Yonghong Li to complete a €740m takeover at San Siro.

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Gomez: An honour to be here
5.8 || webmaster

New Milan signing Gustavo Gomez says it is ‘an honour’ to have joined the Rossoneri.

The Paraguayan today completed a move to Serie A from Argentine team Atletico Lanus and gave an interview to the San Siro club’s official website.

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Fininvest AC Milan ownership statement
5.8 || webmaster

Fininvest have released an official statement confirming that preliminary contracts regarding the sale of Milan to Chinese investors have been signed.

Among other things, it states that the Rossoneri have been valued at €740m, with perspective new owner Yonghong Li obliged to clear debts totalling €220m and invest a further €350m into the San Siro club over a three-year time frame.

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Report: AC Milan have been sold
5.8 || webmaster

Milan have finally been sold, say reports, but to a different Chinese conglomerate than the one led by Sonny Wu and Sal Galatioto.

The finale to one of the longest and most contradictory business stories in the history of Italian football came with a bang, as the prospective buyers were changed at the last minute.

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OFFICIAL: Gomez joins AC Milan
5.8 || webmaster

Milan have announced they have completed the signing of Paraguayan Gustavo Gomez.

The defender arrives at San Siro on an initial year-long loan deal, with the Rossoneri reserving the right to sign him permanently for a suspected €8.5m.

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Gomez to undergo AC Milan medical
4.8 || webmaster

It is reported that Gustavo Gomez will undergo a medical at Milan on Friday ahead of joining the club.

The Paraguayan defender is said to have completed negotiations with the Rossoneri ahead of a move from Argentine outfit Lanus.

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Paper-thin AC Milan loses 3-1 to Chelsea
4.8 || webmaster

Milan lost 3-1 to Chelsea, playing well in the first half but collapsing when the starters were taken off.

It was the last game in the International Champions Cup for the Rossoneri, who pitted Vincenzo Montella against Antonio Conte.

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New Chinese conglomerate for AC Milan
4.8 || webmaster

A new Chinese bidder, working with agent Jorge Mendes, shocks Milan by stepping in to steal the club out of Sonny Wu's hands.

The Rossoneri seemed on the verge of selling full ownership of the team to a conglomerate led by Wu and his American broker Sal Galatioto.

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Europe has never seemed so distant
4.8 || webmaster

It’s better to burn out than to fade away. However, the laconic decline of AC Milan has seem them become a forgotten force on a European stage that they once dominated. They used to be everyone’s first pick when picking an accumulator or bet for the weekend. Looking at the football accumulator tips across the internet, no-one has them picked as a safe accumulator pick. Owner of the club and media tycoon Silvio Berlusconi continues to generate negative publicity away from the San Siro, with their regression on the treasured turf of Italy’s largest stadium a permanent reminder of their progressive diminishing amongst the elite.

The significance of the upcoming campaign should not be underestimated, both in terms of its historical connotation and the Rossoneri’s attempts to bridge the expanding gap between themselves and the leading pack in Italy. The titanic achievements of Juventus winning an historic back-to-back double has only served them to strengthen further – capturing Gonzalo Higuain from runners-up Napoli for an incredible £75 million.

AS Roma have become a model of consistency and will once again turn to their talisman Francesco Totti for inspiration, whereas arch-rivals Inter can at least use the magnetism of having secured themselves a berth in the Europa League to re-establish their quest to reach the summit of Italian football.

At present, Milan have nothing but their rich history to fall back on. Attracting the best players on the planet is proving elusive and challenging for the Scudetto seems light years away. It is unquestionable that the challenge facing newly appointed manager Vincenzo Montella to re-energise the club and make Milan a top, top team again is enormous.

The squad is littered with an abundance of average players which ultimately reflect the clubs transfer policy in recent years – taking players for free or on loan. Other than the impressive goal outlay of Carlos Bacca, who netted 17 times in 36 appearances last season, nobody else really came to the fore.

The ego of Berlusconi has also been a major factor behind the instability at the club with regular sackings of bosses becoming the norm, often replacing them with managers who have little to no experience, but had a strong connection with the supporters and a hark back to the glory years. Think Clarence Seedorf and Flippo Inzaghi.

Success never comes overnight and there is an evidential lack of leadership. Montella’s time in charge of Fiorentina where he guided the club to three consecutive fourth-place league finishes suggests he could bring solidity to the San Siro, but the golden days of Nesta, Kaka and Shevchenko have never seemed so distant.

In Italy, only the top three secure themselves a place in Europe’s Premier Club competition. Last season’s appalling campaign saw the Rossoneri finish seventh, so to jump four places with the current playing personnel is virtually insurmountable. Just getting themselves back into any European competition would represent progress, given that it is now three years since this great club appeared on such a stage.

The upcoming campaign holds great significance – a decade will have passed since the might of Milan were last crowned Kings of Europe. They will be a waiting a while longer.

Porto chase Luiz Adriano?
3.8 || webmaster

Reports in Portugal suggest that Porto are interested in signing Milan’s Luiz Adriano.

The 29-year-old, who only joined the Rossoneri last season, is also said to be wanted by Russian side Zenit Saint Petersburg.

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Musacchio loses patience with AC Milan?
3.8 || webmaster

Mateo Musacchio has reportedly lost patience with Milan, as a transfer saga with Villarreal drags on.

The Argentinian centre-back is one of the Rossoneri’s main targets this summer, but their ownership situation has seen the deal on hold.

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AC Milan sale in jeopardy?
3.8 || webmaster

The sale of Milan could be in jeopardy, as the exclusivity agreement with a Chinese group has reportedly expired.

President Silvio Berlusconi has been in talks to sell the club for some time, with a consortium led by Sonny Wu attempting a takeover.

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AC Milan to go for Cuadrado?
2.8 || webmaster

It is reported that Milan are preparing an ambitious offer to Chelsea for Juan Cuadrado.

The Colombian has recently returned to London following a spell on loan with Juventus, with new Blues manager Antonio Conte having recently stated his desire to retain the 28-year-old.

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Boateng joins Las Palmas
2.8 || webmaster

Kevin-Prince Boateng has joined Spanish club Las Palmas, having recently left Milan as a free agent.

The Rossoneri opted not to retain the former Ghana international after his contract expired at the end of last season.

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Suso wants Berlusconi stay
2.8 || webmaster

Milan’s Suso would prefer President Silvio Berlusconi not to sell the club, but would understand if he did.

The former Italian Prime Minister continues to hold talks with a Chinese consortium over the sale of the Rossoneri, but the deal has become engulfed in delays amid doubts over the perspective buyers’ funding.

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De Sciglio only wants Juve
2.8 || webmaster

It is reported that Mattia De Sciglio would only leave Milan to join Juventus.

With Silvio Berlusconi’s attempts to sell the Rossoneri to a Chinese consortium repeatedly encountering delays, Coach Vincenzo Montella is having to sell players in order to free up funds for potential new recruits.

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New Musacchio meeting for AC Milan
2.8 || webmaster

Multiple reports state that Milan CEO Adriano Galliani will meet Villarreal today for Mateo Musacchio.

The Rossoneri have been trying to sign the centre-back for some time, but the deal is blocked by confusion over the ownership situation.

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