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September 2018

Serie A: Sassuolo 1:4 AC Milan - match report
30.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Kessie 39 (M), Suso 49, 95 (M), Castillejo 60 (M), Djuricic 68 (S)

Milan had no available strikers, but Franck Kessie, Suso and Samu Castillejo scored left-foot scorchers to conquer high-flying Sassuolo 4-1.

The Rossoneri were struggling and had no available strikers, as Gonzalo Higuain was out with Patrick Cutrone and Fabio Borini carrying ankle injuries, so Samu Castillejo was used as a False 9. The Neroverdi would leapfrog Napoli into second place with a victory here and could count on ex-Milan men Kevin-Prince Boateng and Manuel Locatelli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Suso: ‘It’s not Gattuso’s fault’
28.9 || webmaster

Milan winger Suso insists Coach Gennaro Gattuso isn’t to blame for their poor start to the season - “these things are down to us”.

The Rossoneri have won just one of their opening five Serie A matches, but the Spaniard says the focus should be on the players.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Romagnoli apologises to AC Milan
28.9 || webmaster

Alessio Romagnoli has apologised to Milan fans for gifting Empoli a point on Thursday but insisted that ‘the road we’re on is the right one’.

Romagnoli conceded a penalty out of desperation after a misplaced pass in Empoli’s box, allowing the Tuscans to draw 1-1 with Milan, who in turn dropped points for the third consecutive Serie A matchday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'AC Milan not a great team'
28.9 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso admits Milan didn’t kill the game in their 1-1 draw with Empoli. “We are not a great team and we are not efficient.”

The Rossoneri still have a game in hand against Genoa, but the fact remains they have only six points from five rounds.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Empoli 1:1 AC Milan - match report
28.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Capezzi og 10 (M), Caputo pen 71 (E)

Milan fumbled a lead for the third draw in a row, as Alessio Romagnoli’s error for a penalty and Pietro Terracciano’s incredible saves earned Empoli a precious point.

The Rossoneri needed to get back on track after recent stalemates with Cagliari and Atalanta, but missed Gonzalo Higuain due to a muscular problem. With Patrick Cutrone still not fully fit after a sprained ankle on international duty, Fabio Borini was the only real option as centre-forward, a role he was no longer accustomed to. Diego Laxalt got his first Serie A start for Milan at left-back. The hosts had Miha Zajc suspended, so Hamid Junior Traore stepped in, with Manuel Pasqual, Afriyie Acquah and Luca Antonelli injured.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Nesta: ‘Didn’t want to leave Lazio’
26.9 || webmaster

Alessandro Nesta admits “I didn’t want to leave” Lazio when he joined Milan in the summer of 2002.

The Perugia Coach was the Biancocelesti’s captain, but the club’s financial problems meant he had to be sold.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan leave Higuain at home
26.9 || webmaster

It’s expected that Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain will not play against Empoli, so Fabio Borini could lead the line.

Coach Gennaro Gattuso revealed in today’s Press conference that the Argentine is struggling with a flexor injury, and that he’d be evaluated tomorrow.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: ‘Not hard on AC Milan squad’
26.9 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso insists he doesn’t need to rule Milan with an iron fist because his squad has “great professionalism and commitment”.

The Coach is known for his fiery temperament, but on the training pitch he doesn’t feel much need to scream and shout.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cutrone in AC Milan squad
26.9 || webmaster

Patrick Cutrone is in the Milan squad to face Empoli tomorrow night, having fully recovered from an ankle injury.

The young striker picked up a knock while on international duty with the Italy Under-21s, and hasn’t featured for the Rossoneri since.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Cutrone to miss Empoli?
24.9 || webmaster

Patrick Cutrone could miss Milan’s midweek trip to Empoli after missing training on Monday.

According to Milan TV, Cutrone did not report for training as he ‘still hasn’t recovered fully’ from the ankle strain he sustained while on Italy Under-21 duty.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gandini in line for AC Milan return
24.9 || webmaster

Roma CEO Umberto Gandini is reportedly on the verge of returning to Milan in an executive capacity.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Gandini will meet Milan’s new chief executive Ivan Gazidis in London on Monday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan must change their mentality’
24.9 || webmaster

Milan director Leonardo believes the club must change their ‘mentality’ if they want to challenge for the Scudetto.

Milan dropped more points on Sunday, letting Atalanta come back twice to draw 2-2 at San Siro, and Leonardo admits there is a problem with the Rossoneri’s psyche.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: 'AC Milan team with two faces'
24.9 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso and Milan were left with “regrets” after a 2-2 draw with Atalanta. “We are a team with two faces, unrecognisable in the final 30 minutes.”

The Rossoneri were twice in front at San Siro and wasted several more chances, but were pegged back to 2-2 by Atalanta in stoppages.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:2 Atalanta - match report
24.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Higuain 2 (M), Gomez 54 (A), Bonaventura 61 (M), Rigoni 92 (A)

Atalanta fought back twice from a goal down to snatch a draw at San Siro, but Milan will regret wasting precious opportunities.

Both sides were in need of a Serie A boost after recent results, although the Rossoneri rotated their squad in Thursday’s Europa League win over Dudelange. Patrick Cutrone,

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Europa League: Dudelange 0:1 AC Milan - match report
20.9 || webmaster

Scorer: Higuain 59 (M)

Milan found it harder than expected to beat Europa League debutants Dudelange in Luxembourg, as Gonzalo Higuain scored the only goal.

Gennaro Gattuso rotated the squad in Luxembourg against a side with several semi-professional players, giving Mattia Caldara and Pepe Reina their debuts in a Rossoneri jersey, with first starts for Diego Laxalt, Samu Castillejo and Tiemoue Bakayoko, but Suso, Mateo Musacchio and injured Patrick Cutrone didn’t make the trip.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Gazidis final piece of AC Milan jigsaw’
18.9 || webmaster

Paolo Scaroni believes the arrival of the ‘extraordinary’ Ivan Gazidis means Milan ‘now have the essential ingredients to be successful again’.

Gazidis will leave Arsenal to become Milan’s new CEO at the start of December after a decade in North London, with Scaroni of the opinion the Greek-South African led the Gunners to ‘the top of European football’.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Gazidis to join AC Milan
18.9 || webmaster

Milan have officially confirmed that Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis will join as their new CEO on December 1.

American owners Elliott Management have been keen to appoint someone to handle the day-to-day running of the club, taking the burden off President Paolo Scaroni.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso: ‘My worst AC Milan game’
18.9 || webmaster

Milan Coach Gennaro Gattuso admits Cagliari was “one of the worst defensive performances” of his tenure.

The Rossoneri drew 1-1 in Sardinia on Sunday night, leaving them just outside of the Serie A relegation zone, albeit having played a game fewer than all but three sides.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini: ‘AC Milan a long way off’
18.9 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini admits “you can’t yet compare Milan to Juventus”, as the Rossoneri are “still a long way off” challenging them for the Scudetto.

There appears to be far more stability at the club this season after Elliott Management ousted Chinese owner Yonghong Li, bringing in Maldini and Leonardo as directors.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Cagliari 1:1 AC Milan - match report
16.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Joao Pedro 4 (C), Higuain 55 (M)

Joao Pedro scored on his comeback from a doping ban, but Gonzalo Higuain’s first goal in a Milan jersey secured a point in Cagliari.

Gennaro Gattuso used the same XI that beat Roma last time out, although Patrick Cutrone was injured and not even on the bench. The Sardinians welcomed back Joao Pedro, who had been suspended for failing a doping test since March.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Cagliari vs AC Milan - line-ups
16.9 || webmaster

Cagliari: Cragno; Srna, Klavan, Romagna, Padoin; Castro, Bradaric, Barella; Joao Pedro; Farias, Pavoletti

Cagliari bench: Aresti, Daga, Andreolli, Lykogiannis, Pisacane, Pajac, Cigarini, Dessena, Faragò, Ionita, Cerri, Sau

Milan: G Donnarumma; Calabria, Musacchio, Romagnoli, Rodriguez; Kessie, Biglia, Bonaventura; Suso, Higuain, Calhanoglu

Milan bench: Reina, A Donnarumma, Abate, Caldara, Laxalt, Zapata, Bakayoko, Bertolacci, Mauri, Borini, Castillejo, Tsadjout

Ref: Abisso

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Higuain eyes Cagliari breakthrough
16.9 || webmaster

Gonzalo Higuain is looking to break his duck for Milan, and the Argentinian striker has an impressive record against Cagliari.

Pipita joined the Rossoneri on loan from Juventus with an option to buy this summer, and he’s scored 111 goals in his previous five seasons in Serie A.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso advice for AC Milan men
16.9 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso expects a “difficult” test for Milan against Cagliari and has advice for Gonzalo Higuain, Mattia Caldara and Tiemoue Bakayoko.

“We are playing against a very difficult opponent in a very difficult arena,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan wanted Castillejo the most’
16.9 || webmaster

Samu Castillejo’s agent has thanked Milan for ‘going out of their way’ to sign the winger, who has been ‘really impressed by the Rossoneri’.

Castillejo joined Milan over the summer in a swap deal with Carlos Bacca, and the former Villarreal ace seems to be loving life at San Siro.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cutrone to miss to Cagliari
13.9 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly decided not to risk Patrick Cutrone against Cagliari this weekend.

The striker went off injured for the Italy Under-21s in midweek, and it was feared that he’d suffered a sprained ankle.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gazidis brings Ramsey to AC Milan?
13.9 || webmaster

Ivan Gazidis could reportedly bring Aaron Ramsey from Arsenal to Milan if he takes over as the club’s CEO.

The Gunners chief executive has an offer to join the Rossoneri board, thanks to his connections with owners Elliott Management.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Sevilla: ‘We want Andre Silva’
13.9 || webmaster

Sevilla’s sporting director confirms they want to sign André Silva outright from Milan but “the price of a player depends on how he performs”.

The Spanish side signed the youngster on loan with an option to buy after a difficult year in Serie A, with reports the buyout is set at €30m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan offer new Bonaventura contract
12.9 || webmaster

Giacomo Bonaventura is reportedly in negotiations to extend his Milan contract to June 2022.

The versatile figure just turned 29 and is tied to the San Siro side until 2020, but recently attracted interest from clubs outside of Italy.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ankle sprain for Cutrone
12.9 || webmaster

Milan striker Patrick Cutrone limped off with a suspected sprained ankle during the Italy Under-21 side’s friendly against Albania.

The centre-forward was in the starting XI for the match at the Sardegna Arena in Cagliari.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: ‘Rodriguez had offers’
12.9 || webmaster

Ricardo Rodriguez’s agent confirms “I received a lot of calls” but the defender “never thought of leaving Milan”.

The Swiss full-back was linked with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain this summer, but after a meeting with the club it was confirmed that he’d stay.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan still in for Paredes
12.9 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly still interested in Leandro Paredes, but Zenit St Petersburg would demand at least €30m.

The former Roma midfielder has been constantly linked with a move to the Rossoneri, with former CEO Adriano Galliani looking to do a deal before Yonghong Li bought the club.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Kaka given AC Milan assignment?
10.9 || webmaster

Ricky Kaka has reportedly been given his first assignment by Milan – to keep tabs on Flamengo starlet Lucas Paqueta.

Leonardo confirmed last week that Kaka ‘tied’ himself back to Milan but failed to specify which role his fellow Brazilian would take on.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Would Chiesa favour AC Milan?
10.9 || webmaster

If Federico Chiesa were to leave Fiorentina, he’d lean more towards Milan than Juventus, Inter, Napoli or a move abroad, it’s reported.

The winger turns 21 next month and has already attracted huge offers in the region of €50m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Rugani and Romagnoli snub Chelsea
10.9 || webmaster

Maurizio Sarri reportedly wants to try again for Daniele Rugani and Alessio Romagnoli to Chelsea, but Juventus and Milan won’t sell.

The former Napoli Coach is looking to strengthen his defence, as although they have a perfect Premier League record so far this season, they have been leaking goals at Stamford Bridge.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Suso: 'AC Milan were missing Higuain'
7.9 || webmaster

Milan winger Suso believes they “have the opportunity to become great again, as a striker like Gonzalo Higuain is what we were missing.”

The Rossoneri finished seventh in Serie A for two seasons in a row and will be in the Europa League.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Leonardo: ‘Kaka linked with AC Milan’
7.9 || webmaster

Leonardo confirms Kaka “will be in connection” with Milan, but at the moment “there’s no precise role”.

The Brazilian has been in Italy in recent weeks to discuss a role with the club, possibly in a scouting position so he can remain in South America with his young children.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Berlusconi to buy Monza?
4.9 || webmaster

It’s reported Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani could return to football, as they’re in discussions to buy Monza.

The former Milan President sold the club to Chinese investors last year, with his right hand man following him into politics.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Four AC Milan players join Mancini’s new Azzuri era
4.9 || webmaster

Roberto Mancini has named his first competitive squad list for the upcoming UEFA Nations League games, including four AC Milan players in a new-look Azzurri side that will take on Poland and Portugal during the international break, all of whom will be keen to cement their places in the plans of the national team coach.

AC Milan are just two games into the 2018-19 season, having played one less than most of their rivals in Serie A. This was due to the understandable postponement of the home match against Genoa in the wake of the tragic Ponte Morandi collapse in August, which also led to the postponement of the game between Sampdoria and Fiorentina, also during the same round of league fixtures.

Nevertheless, after losing their opening game of the season in a dramatic encounter away at Napoli, there was more drama for the Rossoneri at the weekend with Patrick Cutrone scoring a stoppage-time winner against Roma, securing all three points from what had been a fiercely contested game at the San Siro. Thanks to that victory, AC Milan are now priced at 16/1 for the title in Serie A betting markets as an outside option to win the 2018-19 Scudetto title.





There’s no opportunity for 20-year-old Cutrone to add to the first international cap he gained in March 2018, which came when Luigi Di Biagio was interim manager of the Italian national team. However, Di Biagio has called on Cutrone to represent the Under-21 side that will face Slovakia and Albania, both of which are important qualifiers for the European U21 Championship.

The four AC Milan players who have been added to the senior Azzurri squad announced by Mancini, ahead of the UEFA Nations League Group 3 matches, are goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, defenders Mattia Caldara and Alessio Romagnoli, plus midfielder Giacomo Bonaventura. Only reigning Serie A champions Juventus have contributed more players, with five members of their team featuring in the 30-man squad.

As the most experienced amongst the AC Milan contingent called to represent their country, 29-year-old Bonaventura has 11 caps to his name, whilst the rest have less than 10 caps. 23-year-old Romagnoli has made 6 appearances for the Azzurri side since 2016, along with 19-year-old Donnarumma with seven outings, who is widely expected to regularly claim the number one spot vacated by Gianluigi Buffon following his international retirement.





Meanwhile, talented centre-back Caldera is expected to continue making international strides, having been awarded his Italy debut under Mancini against France in June 2018. The 24-year-old was highly impressive during his loan spell from Juventus with Atalanta last season in Serie A, which ultimately prompted AC Milan to make their €35 million move for the player during the summer transfer window.

One of the continuing surprises amongst the changes to the Italy squad in the dawning Mancini era, is another call-up handed to former AC Milan bad boy, Mario Balotelli, who was exceptional during his first spell at the club after signing from Manchester City. However, after moving to Liverpool and failing to impress there during his first season, he likewise struggled after returning to San Siro on loan just a season later. That said, even though he’s ruffled more than a few feathers, Balotelli has been a vital player for French side Nice in Ligue 1.

AC Milan cut Conti and Strinic
3.9 || webmaster

Milan have left injured Andrea Conti and Ivan Strinic out of the squad list for the Europa League group stage, but include Riccardo Montolivo.

The Rossoneri are in the same group as Real Betis, Olympiacos and Dudelange.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Donnarumma: My double ambition
3.9 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma has expressed his desire to take Milan and Italy ‘back to their rightful places’ in world football.

Donnarumma helped Milan beat Roma 2-1 on Saturday, while the young goalkeeper was included in Italy’s squad for their upcoming Nations League fixtures.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Giunti: 'Gattuso the new Conte'
3.9 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso “is the right man for Milan and can be the new Antonio Conte,” said former teammate Federico Giunti.

Rino was given the main job after Vincenzo Montella’s dismissal, bumped up from the Primavera youth team, and has ever since been trying to prove he is more than just a motivator.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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