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September 2015

Boateng training with AC Milan
30.9 || webmaster

Milan confirmed Kevin Prince Boateng will train with the squad until December 31.

The Ghana international is currently out of favour with Schalke 04, but struggling to find a new club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Nesta: ‘Milan big chance for Mihajlovic’
30.9 || webmaster

Alessandro Nesta describes Milan as “a big chance” for Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.

The Serbian has taken over from Filippo Inzaghi, but his Rossoneri have endured mixed fortunes in the opening weeks of the season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ranocchia to replace Mexes?
30.9 || webmaster

Milan are said to be considering bringing in Andrea Ranocchia as a replacement for Philippe Mexes.

The latter is believed to be on the verge of sealing a loan move to Fiorentina in January, having seen a transfer blocked by Silvio Berlusconi in the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee in Milan tomorrow?
29.9 || webmaster

Bee Taechaubol will reportedly be in Milan tomorrow for a meeting with President Silvio Berlusconi.

It was reported this week that the Thai broker, commonly known as Mr Bee, had asked for an extension on the deadline for his investment in Milan, set for tomorrow.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani criticises players?
29.9 || webmaster

It’s reported that Milan’s CEO Adriano Galliani gave the club’s players a dressing-down at Milanello today.

The director was seen entering the training complex this afternoon, and left just an hour and a half later.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonaventura: ‘No Scudetto favourite’
29.9 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Giacoma Bonaventura believes ‘there’s no-one dominating the standings’ this season.

The Rossoneri currently lie 11th in the Serie A table, but champions Juventus are 15th, Roma are 6th and early leaders Inter were defeated 4-1 by Fiorentina at the weekend.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Four more weeks for Mr Bee?
28.9 || webmaster

It’s reported Bee Taechaubol’s investment in Milan could be delayed for another three or four weeks.

The deal, which would see the Thai property tycoon acquire 48 per cent of the Rossoneri, was due to be completed by September 30.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: 'Milan gift a half'
27.9 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic said Milan “cannot keep giving our opponents a half” after their 1-0 defeat to Genoa.

The Rossoneri have now lost three of their opening six rounds in Serie A.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Genoa 1:0 AC Milan - match report
27.9 || webmaster

Scorer: Dzemaili 10 (G)

Milan crashed to a halt and Genoa emerged from crisis, as Blerim Dzemaili scored and Alessio Romagnoli saw red.

The Rossoneri were fresh from two heart-stopping 3-2 victories over Palermo and Udinese, while the Grifone had lost four of their last five games. Andrea Bertolacci returned from injury to face his former club, moving Jack Bonaventura into the trequartista role, while Carlos Bacca was rested. Goran Pandev and Issa Cissokho sat out bans with Mattia Perin, Alassane Tambe, Ezequiel Munoz, Tino Costa and Cristian Ansaldi sidelined.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Conte and Mihajlovic discussed Balotelli'
27.9 || webmaster

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirms Italy Coach Antonio Conte “spoke to Sinisa Mihajlovic” about Mario Balotelli.

“People should let Conte do his work and await the call-ups,” Galliani told Premium Sport.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ex-Genoa trio return for AC Milan
27.9 || webmaster

Andrea Bertolacci, Juraj Kucka and Luca Antonelli are back in the Milan squad to face Genoa.

The Rossoneri have former Genoa players Bertolacci, Kucka and Antonelli back in action after their 3-2 win at Udinese.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: 'Balotelli has matured, but...'
27.9 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic sees an improved Milan against Genoa and tempered praise for Mario Balotelli.

“A win would be very important for us, because nine points in a week is good preparation for the Napoli game. If we play the way we did, improving defensively, then we can win,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Atletico Madrid eye Bonaventura?
27.9 || webmaster

Spanish and Italian papers suggest Atletico Madrid are interested in Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura.

‘Jack’ has impressed this season with the Rossoneri, becoming their top scorer with two goals.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Calhanoglu on AC Milan Euro-list?
27.9 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly launching a campaign to monitor the world’s 23 most promising young players, with Hakan Calhanoglu topping the list.

According to Tuttosport, a summit involving the club’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani, Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic, and the Rossoneri scouts outlined a long-term transfer plan.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonaventura 'AC Milan for life'
23.9 || webmaster

Jack Bonaventura’s agent is more than open to a contract renewal. “He wants Milan for life.”

The midfielder scored his second goal in as many games during last night’s 3-2 victory at Udinese.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ibrahimovic: 'AC Milan? We'll see'
23.9 || webmaster

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is in Italy and fans asked if he’d return to Milan. “Who knows, we’ll see in future.”

The Paris Saint-Germain striker was spotted at a restaurant in Milan with friends today, taking selfies with supporters and chatting to staff.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montolivo: ‘AC Milan needed away win’
23.9 || webmaster

Riccardo Montolivo admits Milan “needed an away win” after beating Udinese last night.

The Rossoneri held on for a 3-2 win, but almost let the game slip having held a 2-0 advantage at half-time.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani: ‘Berlusconi pleased with Balotelli’
23.9 || webmaster

Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani says President Silvio Berlusconi is “pleased” with Mario Balotelli.

The striker returned to the Rossoneri from Liverpool on loan this summer, and scored his first goal in the win over Udinese last night.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inter - AC Milan suspend stadium talks?
23.9 || webmaster

Inter and Milan have reportedly suspended talks with the local council over San Siro.

Recent weeks have seen the Rossoneri abandon a plan for a new ground, with local councillors warning that one of the clubs should have their own stadium.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: 'Perfect Balotelli'
23.9 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic reveals he warned Milan of an Udinese comeback at half-time and hailed “perfect” Mario Balotelli.

The Rossoneri were 3-0 up at the break, yet eventually scraped a 3-2 result at the Stadio Friuli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Balotelli: 'Defenders provoke me'
23.9 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli said Milan are “a group of fighters” and mocked Udinese defenders who “tried to provoke me.”

The striker curled in a splendid free kick during their 3-2 victory at the Stadio Friuli, his first start since moving on loan from Liverpool.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Udinese 2:3 AC Milan - match report
23.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Balotelli 6 (M), Bonaventura 10 (M), C Zapata 45 (M), Badu 51 (U), Duvan Zapata 57 (U)

Mario Balotelli scored on his first Milan start, but they almost threw away a 3-0 lead, beating Udinese 3-2.

The Rossoneri were coming off a 3-2 victory over Palermo and gave Balotelli his first start since returning from Liverpool, partnering Carlos Bacca. There was a full Serie A debut for 18-year-old defender Davide Calabria, as Jeremy Menez, M’Baye Niang, Andrea Bertolacci, Ignazio Abate, Luca Antonelli, Philippe Mexes and Juraj Kucka were injured. Udinese missed Guilherme, Alexander Merkel and banned Panagiotis Kone.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Udinese vs. AC Milan - line-ups
22.9 || webmaster

Udinese: Karnezis; Wague, Domizzi, Piris; Edenilson, Badu, Iturra, Fernandes, Adnan; Thereau, Di Natale

Udinese bench: Meret, Romo, Camigliano, Felipe, Danilo, Heurtaux, Insua, Pasquale, Widmer, Marquinho, Aguirre, Duvan Zapata, Perica

Milan: Diego Lopez; Calabria, Zapata, Romagnoli, De Sciglio; De Jong, Montolivo, Bonaventura; Honda; Bacca, Balotelli

Milan bench: Abbiati, Donnarumma, Alex, Rodrigo Ely, Llamas, José Mauri, Locatelli, Nocerino, Poli, Suso, Cerci, Luiz Adriano

Read the rest on Football Italia.

'Balotelli-Bacca tasty pairing'
22.9 || webmaster

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said a Mario Balotelli-Carlos Bacca pairing is “as tasty as a rum baba.”

There had been doubts due to a muscular problem, but Balotelli is in the starting XI.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Saponara: ‘I needed time at Milan’
22.9 || webmaster

Empoli’s Riccardo Saponara ‘regrets’ the way he left Milan, saying: ‘I needed time and I needed to play.’

The attacking midfielder left the Rossoneri for the Tuscan side in January after failing to break into the team and has since become one of Serie A’s most impressive young talents.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca 'honoured' by Inzaghi link
20.9 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca is “honoured by the comparisons to Pippo Inzaghi” and explained his risky Rabona against Palermo.

The Colombian netted twice in Milan’s 3-2 victory last night, but when the score was 1-1 he was clear on goal only to attempt a Rabona – crossing the legs and striking the ball with the back foot.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: Bee brings €100m per year
20.9 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi expects an extra €100m per year from Bee Taechaubol’s investment and is “happy” the stadium project fell through.

President Berlusconi is due to complete the sale of 48 per cent of Milan to Thai investor Mr Bee within the next few weeks.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: 'Rather Balo than Ibra'
20.9 || webmaster

President Silvio Berlusconi admires the new Milan and feels it’s better to have Mario Balotelli than Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

The patron spoke to reporters when leaving a dinner with CEO Adriano Galliani, having been in the stands for a 3-2 victory over Palermo.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: 'Get a Rabona wrong...'
20.9 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic had mixed feelings after Milan beat Palermo 3-2 and threatened to pin Carlos Bacca to the wall for a failed Rabona.

The Rossoneri got their second victory over the campaign thanks to a Bacca brace and Giacomo Bonaventura free kick.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Calabria: 'A wonderful night'
20.9 || webmaster

Milan teenager Davide Calabria enjoyed his first real Serie A game in a 3-2 victory over Palermo. “It was a wonderful night.”

The right-back was born in December 1996 and made a stunning impact at San Siro when replacing injured Ignazio Abate.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca: 'AC Milan are improving'
20.9 || webmaster

Carlos Bacca said Milan are “improving game after game” following his brace in a 3-2 win over Palermo.

“It’s a great result. We worked very hard towards this, despite the defeat in the derby, we are improving game after game,” the Colombian told Sky Sport Italia.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 3:2 Palermo - match report
20.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Bacca 21, 75 (M), Hiljemark 32, 72 (P), Bonaventura 40 (M)

Carlos Bacca bagged a brace as Milan ended Palermo’s unbeaten run with a thrilling 3-2 victory.

Nonetheless, the Rosanero remain ahead of their opponents in the Serie A standings after four games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Zamparini: 'Mihajlovic owes me!'
19.9 || webmaster

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini fears Mario Balotelli tonight and said Milan Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic “owes me.”

“I would’ve preferred to face Milan in the opening round, not now they are fired up and angry at having lost to Inter,” Zamparini told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Baggio: 'Advice for Balotelli'
19.9 || webmaster

Roberto Baggio would “like to talk to Mario Balotelli, play with Leo Messi” and is won over by Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi.

The Divine Ponytail sat down with the Corriere dello Sport for a lengthy interview and discussed the Milan striker’s complex career.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan vs. Palermo - line-ups
19.9 || webmaster

Milan: Diego Lopez; Abate, Zapata, Romagnoli, De Sciglio; Kucka, Montolivo, Bonaventura; Honda; Luiz Adriano, Bacca

Milan bench: Abbiati, Donnarumma, Mauri, Suso, Cerci, Ely, Poli, Nocerino, Alex, De Jong, Balotelli, Calabria

Palermo: Sorrentino; Struna, Gonzalez, El Kaoutari, Lazaar; Hiljemark, Jajalo, Chochev; Vazquez; Quaison, Djurdjevic

Palermo bench: Colombi, Vitiello, Rispoli, Andelkovic, Goldaniga, Trajkovski, Cassini, Gilardino, Brugman, Maresca, Rigoni, Daprelà

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: ‘Boateng still loves AC Milan’
18.9 || webmaster

Kevin-Prince Boateng’s agent says his client can move in January, and his love for Milan is ‘common knowledge’.

The Ghanaian was reportedly released by Schalke 04 this week, but his representative says he has a deal until January.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Abate: ‘Balotelli can be main man’
18.9 || webmaster

Ignazio Abate believes Milan teammate Mario Balotelli can be a ‘protagonist’ for the rest of the season.

The forward has returned the Rossoneri after an unsuccessful spell with Liverpool, and Abate took the time to praise him in an interview with Milan Channel.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘San Siro situation unique’
18.9 || webmaster

Adriano Galliani admits Milan and Inter’s situation is unique across Europe, following a San Siro dispute.

The Rossoneri were planning to vacate the iconic stadium, and won the right to construct a new stadium in the Portello area of the city.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Romagnoli worth more than Stones’
18.9 || webmaster

Alessandro Costacurta says ‘if Everton want €50m for John Stones, Milan’s Romagnoli is worth €70m.’

The former Rossoneri centre-back believes their new signing has the quality to become a defensive leader, but worries that too much is being expected too soon.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Balotelli not a star or a leader’
18.9 || webmaster

Former Milan great Alessandro Costacurta warns: ‘Mario Balotelli isn’t a star player or a leader.’

The ex-Rossoneri centre-back underlined his belief that the striker can help Milan, but shouldn’t be put centre stage again.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘New stadium an opportunity’
16.9 || webmaster

A councillor on Milan’s department of sport warns Milan and Inter a new stadium ‘is an opportunity not to be missed’.

The Rossoneri had won the right to build a new arena in the Portello area of the city, but appear to have abandoned the plan in favour of staying at San Siro, to the frustration of their co-tenants.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Inter fury over San Siro
16.9 || webmaster

Inter are reportedly furious after Milan President Silvio Berlusconi declared their intention to stay at San Siro.

The Rossoneri had been looking to develop their own stadium in the Portello area of the city, but got into dispute with Fondazione Fiera, which owns the land.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Prandelli: ‘Napoli are Scudetto contenders’
16.9 || webmaster

Cesare Prandelli believes Napoli ‘can fight for the Scudetto’ along with Juventus, Roma, Inter and Milan.

The former Italy CT praised the Partenopei’s Coach Maurizio Sarri this morning, and believes the former Empoli boss will have the side fighting for the title.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

De Sciglio: ‘AC Milan deserved to win’
15.9 || webmaster

Mattia De Sciglio insists Milan ‘deserved to win’ the Derby della Madonnina on Sunday night.

The Rossoneri were defeated 1-0 by city rivals Inter, but the Italian international believes the result was not a fair reflection of the match.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi: ‘AC Milan will stay at San Siro’
15.9 || webmaster

Silvio Berlusconi appears to abandon a new stadium plan - ‘I think Milan will stay at San Siro’.

The Rossoneri won the right to build a new stadium in the Portello area of the city, but a dispute with the company which owns the land has delayed proceedings.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mr Bee Milan deal nears completion
15.9 || webmaster

Bee Taechaubol is reportedly in a meeting with Silvio Berlusconi to finalise his investment in Milan.

The Thai property tycoon, commonly known as Mr Bee, has agreed to invest around €500m for a 50 per cent stake in the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Can AC Milan get back in the Champions League this season?
15.9 || webmaster



AC Milan are one of the biggest and most prestigious clubs on the planet but the Italian giants have failed to qualify for the Champions League in each of the past two seasons. This campaign, however, Milan have made a number of changes as they look to improve on last season's disappointing 10th placed finish. Filipe Inzaghi was sacked earlier this summer and replaced by former Serbia national team boss Sinisa Mihajlovic, who has immediately put his own stamp on proceedings at the San Siro.

Milan have struggled in recent years but have shown signs of improvement in the early stages of the season, despite their latest setback against city rivals Inter last weekend. The Rossoneri have failed to make a major impact at the top of the Serie A table in the past few seasons but could well climb up the division throughout the course of the 2015-16 campaign. Without any European competition to distract them, Milan could profit from the additional resting time and, in theory, should be better prepared for each and every one of their domestic fixtures this season. The Rossoneri will host Palermo in their next Serie A clash and 32Red price the hosts at 7/10 to pick up all three points in front of their own fans.

They were incredibly active in the transfer window and, although they have a number of new players in the starting line-up, they have bonded quickly and have started to develop great working relationships on the field. Mario Balotelli has returned to the San Siro on loan, while the club invested an estimated £21 million in Sevilla's Carlos Bacca. Bacca was one of the best forwards in La Liga last season and Milan moved for the striker after he also impressed for his native Colombia at this summer's Copa America.



Meanwhile, they also made a move for Shakhtar Donetsk striker Luiz Adriano. The Brazilian was one of the standout players in the Champions League last season and played a key role as the Ukrainian side advanced to the knockout stages before they were demolished 7-0 at the Allianz Arena by Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich. He will play an influential role for the Italian outfit this season and, although he will face tough competition for a starting berth from Bacca in the short term, could prove to be a great buy in the future. At the time of publication, 32Red are pricing Bacca, who scored 20 goals in 37 games for Sevilla last season, at 9/1 to finish as the top goalscorer in Serie A this season.

Defensively, Milan also made moves in the transfer window this summer. The club opted to bring in Roma youngster Alessio Romagnoli, while the Rossoneri also recruited both Luca Antonelli and Rodrigo Ely from Genoa and Avellino respectively. Ely made an immediate impact at the San Siro, impressing Mihajlovic with his commitment and aggression but the 21-year-old was sent off in his second game after picking up two yellow cards. While aggression is key for defenders to succeed in Serie A, Milan's young defenders must maintain their discipline if they are going to compete for a Champions League spot.



The Italian giants were wise to act quickly and dismiss Filipe Inzaghi at the end of the campaign, which allowed Mihajlovic plenty of time to plan his targets in the transfer window. Inzaghi is a club legend and his reputation as a player will not be tarnished, however it would have been completely impractical for Milan to have kept him at the helm. Unfortunately, he looked a little out of his depth and just wasn't the right man for the job. Former Serbia coach Mihajlovic has plenty of experience and ticks all the right boxes to succeed in Serie A this season and throughout his initial two-year contract. If he performs well, it is likely that the Milan board will offer him a contract extension of at least another year or two.

AC Milan are one of the giants of Italian football, there's little doubt about that. Although they have spent a few years in the wilderness, Mihajlovic has started to rebuild the side and they look a lot more organised than in previous years. While it would be foolish to believe that they are now capable of going on to win the title this season, they are certainly capable of fighting against Italy's best clubs and could, with a bit of luck, finish in one of Italy's Champions League places if they maintain their level of performance for the duration of the campaign.

Mihajlovic: 'I found my Milan'
14.9 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic was “happy” despite Milan’s defeat to Inter. “I found my team tonight. Mario Balotelli knows what he has to do.”

The Derby della Madonnina was decided by a Fredy Guarin strike, sealing the 1-0 result.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montolivo: 'Milan deserved victory'
14.9 || webmaster

Riccardo Montolivo insists “Milan deserved to win” the derby after a 1-0 defeat to city rivals Inter.

Fredy Guarin decided the match with a scorcher from distance, while the Rossoneri hit the woodwork with Mario Balotelli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Internazionale vs. AC Milan - match report
14.9 || webmaster

Guarin 56 (I)

Fredy Guarin’s screamer gave Inter the Derby della Madonnina and top of the table, but Mario Balotelli hit the post for Milan.

The Nerazzurri would be the only team with a 100 per cent record with a victory tonight and top of the table on their own after five years. They threw deadline day buys Ivan Perisic and Felipe Melo straight into the mix, while Mauro Icardi returned from injury. Gary Medel moved to centre-back for the sidelined Joao Miranda, dropping Andrea Ranocchia. Milan gave Riccardo Montolivo his first competitive appearance in seven months, while Juraj Kucka and Keisuke Honda also supported the strikers. Andrea Bertolacci, Jeremy Menez, Luca Antonelli and M’Baye Niang were injured.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Internazionale vs. AC Milan - line-ups
13.9 || webmaster

Inter: Handanovic; Santon, Medel, Murillo, Jesus; Guarin, Melo, Kondogbia; Perisic, Icardi, Jovetic

Inter bench: Carrizo, Telles, Montoya, Ranocchia, D'Ambrosio, Nagatomo, Gnoukouri, Brozovic, Palacio, Biabiany, Ljajic, Manaj

Milan: Diego Lopez; Abate, Zapata, Romagnoli, De Sciglio; Kucka, Montolivo, Bonaventura; Honda; Luiz Adriano, Bacca

Milan bench: Abbiati, Donnarumma, Alex, Calabria, Rodrigo Ely, Mexes, Poli, De Jong, Nocerino, Suso, Balotelli, Cerci.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Internazionale vs. AC Milan - probable line-ups
13.9 || webmaster

Inter probable XI: Handanovic; Juan Jesus, Murillo, Medel, Santon; Kondogbia, Felipe Melo, Guarin; Perisic; Icardi, Jovetic.

Milan probable XI: Diego Lopez; Abate, Zapata, Romagnoli, De Sciglio; Bonaventura, Montolivo, Kucka; Honda; Luiz Adriano, Bacca.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sacchi: 'Milan Derby in midfield'
13.9 || webmaster

Arrigo Sacchi expects the Derby della Madonnina to be decided in midfield and on the flanks.

“This derby arrives too early in the season with two teams still looking for their identity,” Sacchi told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montolivo: 'My career was on hold'
13.9 || webmaster

Riccardo Montolivo could start the Milan Derby tomorrow after “my career was put on hold for a year and a half.”

The midfielder hasn’t featured in a competitive match since February, as he took far longer than expected to recover from a leg fracture on the eve of the 2014 World Cup.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Galliani: ‘Balotelli behaviour exemplary’
11.9 || webmaster

Milan's joint-CEO Adriano Galliani calls Mario Balotelli’s behaviour ‘exemplary’ and praises Sinisa Mihajlovic.

Balotelli re-joined the Rossoneri this summer following a difficult spell at Liverpool, and had to agree to a number of rules about his behaviour.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Mihajlovic: ‘Milan haven’t been Milan’
11.9 || webmaster

Sinisa Mihajlovic admits ‘for two or three years, Milan haven’t been Milan’ at the official squad presentation.

The Rossoneri players and staff are being presented to fans at Casa Milan today, and the Serbian Coach spoke from the stage.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Miranda to miss derby
11.9 || webmaster

Inter have confirmed that centre-back Miranda will miss Sunday’s Milan derby with injury.

The Brazilian picked up an injury while on international duty, immediately making him a doubt for the Derby della Madonnina.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Balotelli: 'Love AC Milan more than ever'
10.9 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli might still be owned by Liverpool, but he posted a picture of himself kissing the Milan badge.

The striker arrived on loan at the end of the transfer window and there is no option to buy for his old club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan 'wouldn't loan Jose Mauri'
10.9 || webmaster

Jose Mauri’s agent assures Milan never intended to loan or sell the midfielder, despite rumours.

He arrived for free following Parma’s bankruptcy over the summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Moratti: 'Mihajlovic's AC Milan misfortune'
10.9 || webmaster

Massimo Moratti is looking forward to Inter-Milan this Sunday, joking about Sinisa Mihajlovic’s “misfortune.”

Mihajlovic joined the Rossoneri this summer, having represented the Nerazzurri as a player and assistant manager to Roberto Mancini.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonaventura: ‘AC Milan and Inter equal’
10.9 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura doesn’t see ‘a big difference’ between the Rossoneri and Inter.

Sunday sees the city rivals meet in the Derby della Madonnina, with the Nerazzurri having won their opening two games of the season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Zaccheroni analyses Milan Derby
9.9 || webmaster

Alberto Zaccheroni was Coach of both Milan and Inter, so makes his predictions for Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina.

“It’s a balanced encounter and regardless of the results these are two works in progress,” Zac told Il Guerin Sportivo.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Arsenal, Liverpool wanted Montolivo
9.9 || webmaster

Arsenal and Liverpool reportedly had offers turned down for Milan midfielder Riccardo Montolivo.

The player’s agent confirmed there were proposals during the summer that were “never taken into consideration.”

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Balotelli escapes AC Milan fine?
9.9 || webmaster

Mario Balotelli has avoided a fine from Milan for having his driving license revoked, according to reports.

News broke yesterday that the controversial striker was caught speeding in Brescia at almost twice the speed limit, resulting in his license being withdrawn.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bacca 'adapting well' to AC Milan
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Carlos Bacca is “adapting well” to life at Milan, though training regimes are “different to Belgium or Spain.”

The former Sevilla striker spoke at a Press conference while on international duty with Colombia.

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Zenit slam AC Milan, Juventus
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Zenit St Petersburg sporting director Maxim Mitrofanov hints Milan and Juventus may have acted improperly over Axel Witsel.

The Rossoneri were keen to sign the Belgian international this summer, but pulled out after they couldn’t secure an initial loan deal, with the Old Lady also linked.

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‘Berlusconi blocked Mexes departure’
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Philippe Mexes’ agent says Milan President Silvio Berlusconi blocked a move to Fiorentina.

The French defender was believed to be close to joining the Viola, but the move collapsed, and the Frenchman remained at Milanello.

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Ibrahimovic: ‘AC Milan were desperate’
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic acknowledges Milan were ‘desperate’ to re-sign him from Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

The striker left the Rossoneri for Paris in 2012, and the club were engaged in a very public campaign to bring him back to San Siro.

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Reviewing AC Milan's key summer signings
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The transfer window has closed, with AC Milan having added eight players to the squad in an attempt to improve upon last season’s 10th-placed finish in Serie A.

Adriano Galliani was working right up to the transfer deadline as he tried to secure a deal for Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Axel Witsel. No agreement could be reached for Witsel but, even without the addition of the Belgium international, it’s generally been a positive window for Milan.



New coach Sinisa Mihajlovic looks to have a stronger squad to work with than the one which saw Milan disappoint last season. And, while it may still be some time before Milan improve on their betting odds of around 16/1 when this article was produced to win the title, the Champions League is not a forlorn hope.

Here, we assess the key signings Milan have made this summer:

LUIZ ADRIANO

The Brazilian striker has been a consistent scorer in eight years at Shakhtar Donetsk and brings a powerful presence to the Milan forward line. He scored on his debut in the Coppa Italia against Perugia and got the winner at home to Empoli. He has the potential to form a devastating partnership with Bacca.

CARLOS BACCA

Given Milan’s toils in the transfer market in recent years, it was something of a coup to reportedly beat Liverpool to the signing of Bacca. The Colombian scored twice in Sevilla’s Europa League final win over Dnipro last season and his record of around one goal every two games for the Spanish club prompted Milan to activate his buy-out clause. Also on target in the win over Empoli, Bacca will be hoping to have the same impact at the San Siro as he did in his first year at Sevilla when he was named the best signing of that season.

MARIO BALOTELLI



Balotelli is back just a year after leaving for Liverpool and Galliani says he has already noticed a change in the striker’s attitude. After scoring 26 goals in 43 appearances in his first spell with Milan, he has proven himself at the club. The challenge is for him to do it again. The one positive is that, following the signings of Bacca and Adriano, there isn’t major pressure for Balotelli to be the main man and so Milan won’t be relying on him as much as before.

ANDREA BERTOLACCI

An astute addition to the midfield from Genoa, Bertolacci has the attributes to be used however Mihajlovic wants to deploy him. He can be the creator-in-chief if Mihajlovic wants him to, but his defensive awareness also makes Bertolacci a useful option in a more withdrawn role. At 24, he has time to progress and should relish stepping up a level at Milan.

ALESSIO ROMAGNOLI

With comparisons to Alessandro Nesta, it was perhaps inevitable that Romagnoli would join Milan, especially after he played under Mihajlovic on loan at Sampdoria from Roma last season. He is a composed defender and is also a good distributor of the ball. As he is just 20, Romagnoli should be given the time to learn as mistakes will be inevitable. But he has the potential to be the bedrock of Milan’s defence for the next decade or more.

Serie A fixtures up to December
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The kick-off times for Serie A fixtures from Week 3 to 17 are confirmed, going all the way up to December.

The adjustments to the schedule depended on the Champions League and Europa League calendar, so were only completed on Monday.

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Napoli miss Soriano deadline
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In an incredible moment of drama, Napoli failed to deposit Roberto Soriano’s contract in time, so he stays at Sampdoria.

The deal had been done for €13.5m plus Juan Camilo Zuniga.

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OFFICIAL: Mastour to Malaga
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Milan have officially loaned Hachim Mastour to Spanish side Malaga for two seasons.

There is an option to buy, while the Rossoneri also have a buy-back option.

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Galliani: 'AC Milan tried for Witsel'
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Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said they “tried to the end for Axel Witsel,” but couldn’t agree terms with Zenit.

The Rossoneri had been in negotiations for months, but gave up before the Serie A deadline tonight.

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OFFICIAL: Matri loan to Lazio
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Alessandro Matri has officially moved to Lazio on loan from Milan.

The deal was completed just hours before the transfer deadline in Serie A.

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