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October 2019

'Confident' Krunic to stay at AC Milan
21.10 || webmaster

Milan’s Rade Krunic says Stefano Pioli has given him his “confidence” back as it is reported the midfielder is no longer Genoa-bound.

Krunic’s lack of game time under Marco Giampaolo fuelled speculation of a possible loan move to Genoa, where he would have reunited with Aurelio Andreazzoli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Pioli: 'AC Milan can learn from this'
21.10 || webmaster

Stefano Pioli believes Milan can learn a great deal from their 2-2 draw with Lecce. “I saw positives, but we should’ve closed the game earlier.”

The Coach saw his debut on the Rossoneri bench, and also his birthday, ruined by a stoppage-time Marco Calderoni screamer in this 2-2 draw.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 2:2 Lecce - match report
21.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 20 (M), Babacar 52 (L), Piatek 81 (M), Calderoni 92 (L)

Stefano Pioli’s Milan debut was going well with Hakan Calhanoglu’s goal and assist for Krzysztof Piatek, but Marco Calderoni’s stoppage-time scorcher gave Lecce a 2-2 draw.

Pioli marked his debut – and his birthday – as Milan sacked Marco Giampaolo after four defeats in the opening seven rounds. Davide Calabria and Samu Castillejo were suspended, with Giacomo Bonaventura and Mattia Caldara injured, but misfiring Krzysztof Piatek was dropped in favour of Rafael Leao in a 4-3-3 formation. Lucas Paqueta and Franck Kessie swapped sides, so the Ivorian could protect the left side of defence when Theo Hernandez pushed forward.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Expert: 'AC Milan could be preparing sale'
17.10 || webmaster

Financial expert Luca Pagni suggests Milan’s record €145.9m losses are part of Elliott Management strategy to ‘clear’ the decks for a sale.

Eyebrows were raised when the club announced the balance sheet for the 2018-19 season had them running at an unprecedented loss.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Krunic talks for Genoa loan
17.10 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly in talks to loan Bosnia-Herzegovina international Rade Krunic to Genoa in January.

The midfielder would be reunited with his former Empoli Coach Aurelio Andreazzoli.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

No AC Milan sales in January
17.10 || webmaster

Milan reportedly do not intend to make any sales in January, despite posting record losses of €146m.

Gazzetta dello Sport ran on its Thursday front page that the futures of Suso and Gianluigi Donnarumma had been thrown back into doubt as a result of Milan’s poor financial results.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Report: Mandzukic agrees AC Milan move
17.10 || webmaster

Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic has sensationally agreed terms with Milan, according to Il Giornale.

Mandzukic seemed headed for Manchester United after a proposed move to Qatar fell through, but the Milan-based newspaper claims the Rossoneri could be about the secure his signature.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Theo Hernandez: 'AC Milan can finish fourth'
17.10 || webmaster

Theo Hernandez insists Milan can still get fourth place in Serie A and is impressed by new boss Stefano Pioli. “He has clear ideas.”

The Rossoneri sacked Marco Giampaolo after losing four of the opening seven games and brought in ex-Lazio, Inter and Fiorentina Coach Pioli, who will make his debut this weekend against Lecce.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan balance sheet in red
17.10 || webmaster

AC Milan's balance sheet registered a record breaking loss of €145.9 mil for the fiscal year 2018 - 2019 and a revenue drop of 6.1%. However, the club insists fans should not worry about this data.

The club's CEO Ivan Gazidis signed on the paperwork. He said the loss was around €20 mil worse compared to the previous year.

The reported loss is the largest in the club's history but more concerning remains the drop in revenue.

The revenue has fallen in absolute terms from €255.8 mil in 2017-2018 to only €241.1 mil in 2018-2019. That would be 6.1% in relative terms.

The only positive spot is the raise in revenue from TV rights of 4.1% but this was compensated by revenue drops from player sales, sponsors and ticket sales.

Telecom Italia did not renew their contract with the club and this contributed a big chunk of the €6.7 mil revenue drop from sponsors.

On top of all this, the costs of running the club climbed to €373 mil, up 5.1% compared to the previous season.

Significants sums were spent on incoming players on loan, including €10.2 mil for Gonzalo Higuain for only half a season from Juventus and €2.9 mil for Tiemoue Bakayoko from Chelsea for a full season.

MilanNews.it claim insiders mentioned that the data is a bit more negative than it should be due to the restructuring Elliott is implemented and it might be worth betting for a turnaround using skybet betting requests.

It is worth remembering that Elliott also pulled the club out of Europa League in order to start clean with UEFA.

Costs were also recorded for the training ground, the press room and social media / web marketing.

AC Milan Prepared to Move in on Man Utd Target
14.10 || webmaster

AC Milan could make moves to sign two Napoli players within the next few months, with one of those players being a Man Utd free transfer target. Milan haven’t made the strongest of starts to the season under Marco Giampaolo, which has caused some speculation that they will add to the team in the upcoming transfer window in January.

Reinforcements required

Whether signing any new players will make a difference to the team remains to be seen. It should see the odds shorten of Milan achieving something this season, although fans are more likely to want to play slots than bet on their team winning anything with the current squad. The team are clearly aware of the fact that they lacking talent, with links to numerous players over the past few days, including Sandro Tonali, Donyell Malen, Everton Soares, Jan Vertonghen, Santiago Arias, and Serge Aurier.

Now a further two names can be added to the mix in the form of Jose Callejon and Dries Mertens, both currently playing with Milan’s Serie A rivals Napoli.

Impressive numbers for both players

The 32-year-old Mertens is in top form for Napoli, with three goals in three league games, making it 65 goals in a total of 111 appearances since the beginning of last season. Manchester United, who have been strongly linked with the player, are rumoured to be planning to land him on a free transfer next summer. Of course, the interest from Milan may just scupper United’s plans.

Meanwhile, Callejon has also played a significant role in Napoli’s recent success, scoring 28 goals and adding 34 assists in 113 games, also from the start of last season. Giampaolo, who has had to defend his decision-making of late, could use both players to bolster his squad.

Milan and United compete on second player

Another player caught in the middle of Milan and United is Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali. Other European clubs are also rumoured to be keeping an eye on the 19-year-old, with Ajax and Borussia Dortmund both touted as possible landing spots for the player.

In fact, both teams, along with United, sent scouts to watch his side’s recent 4-3 defeat to Bologna, a match in which Tonali came off after 79 minutes of play for the 10-men Brescia. Tonali is regarded as a potential target for Milan after the team reportedly made a bid in the region of €15-20m, with an option of sending him back to Brescia on a season-long loan.

Brescia yet to name their price

Calciomercato claims that Milan are keen on another approach for the player, but that United are also serious in their pursuit, after having scouted Tonali on multiple occasions. Calcio have gone as far as to suggest that United are Milan’s main competition, with both clubs waiting for Brescia to name their price.

The player himself has said that he doesn’t have a preference on who he plays for and that staying with Brescia and becoming an icon for the club remains a possibility.

Bonera stays in AC Milan staff
9.10 || webmaster

Stefano Pioli’s new Milan staff has been confirmed, but Luigi Turci and Daniele Bonera will remain from the Marco Giampaolo era.

The new boss was appointed today and had his first training session in the afternoon, following a Press conference.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Pioli: 'Different AC Milan ideas'
9.10 || webmaster

Stefano Pioli brings “different ideas and concepts of football” to Milan, but admits time is short to make those changes stick and has a special dedication.

The former Inter and Fiorentina Coach was appointed today to replace Marco Giampaolo, whose tenure lasted just seven games and a club record 111 days.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: AC Milan appoint Pioli
9.10 || webmaster

Milan have officially appointed former Fiorentina, Inter and Lazio boss Stefano Pioli as their new Coach on a two-year deal.

“AC Milan announces the appointment with immediate effect of Mr Stefano Pioli as the new coach of the First Team,” read a club statement.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ibrahimovic: 'I'd make Serie A difference'
8.10 || webmaster

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates his new statue, advises Milan to “make investments” and assures he could “do better than the players in Serie A now.”

The Swedish legend is currently playing for MLS club the LA Galaxy, but returned home to Malmö to unveil a statue of himself.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Giampaolo sets new AC Milan record
8.10 || webmaster

Marco Giampaolo has set a new all-time club record by lasting just 111 days as the Coach of Milan before his dismissal.

The former Empoli and Sampdoria boss was sacked today, with Stefano Pioli widely expected to take over tonight.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: AC Milan sack Giampaolo
8.10 || webmaster

Milan have officially sacked Marco Giampaolo and are expected to replace him with former Fiorentina and Inter boss Stefano Pioli.

“AC Milan announces it has relieved Mr. Marco Giampaolo from his position as coach of the First Team. The Club is grateful to Marco for the work carried out and wishes him all the best to come in his professional career.”

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan fans furious with Pioli
8.10 || webmaster

As Stefano Pioli prepares to sign a low-cost, two-year contract with Milan, fans are unhappy that another Inter supporter is taking the reins.

Pioli is set to replace Marco Giampaolo as Milan’s Coach, and Gazzetta dello Sport notes he will earn just €1m this season, with €1.5m to follow next term if he sees out his deal.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Spalletti no, Pioli yes?
7.10 || webmaster

Milan could now go for Stefano Pioli or a foreign Coach as it is alleged Luciano Spalletti is asking Inter for too much compensation.

Milan have targeted Spalletti to replace Marco Giampaolo and appeared to have agreed personal terms with the Coach.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Spalletti closer to AC Milan
7.10 || webmaster

Multiple sources are now reporting Luciano Spalletti will become Milan’s next Coach once a severance package is agreed with Inter.

Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia and Tuttomercatoweb are all now running the line that Spalletti and Milan are ready to begin working together.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Boban: 'Different visions of AC Milan'
7.10 || webmaster

Zvonimir Boban and Paolo Maldini admit they have “a different vision” of Milan to Elliott Management, while Ivan Gazidis has an unusual description for football.

The Serie A giants are owned by a US hedge fund, who effectively repossessed the club after Yonghong Li defaulted on repayments for the loan he used to purchase the Rossoneri from Silvio Berlusconi.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: Genoa 1:2 AC Milan - match report
7.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Schone 41 (G), Theo Hernandez 51 (M), Kessie pen 57 (M)

Pepe Reina was hero, villain and hero again for Milan in a 2-1 win away to Genoa, making up for his howler with a stoppage-time penalty save with both teams down to 10 men.

This was the Last Chance Saloon for both Aurelio Andreazzoli and Marco Giampaolo after disastrous results left Genoa with five points and Milan six going into the game. Marko Pajac stepped in for injured Antonio Barreca, but the Rossoneri revamped their side with Leo Duarte in for suspended Mateo Musacchio, Lucas Biglia and even Jack Bonaventura starting, the Italian’s first full game since October 25, 2018.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan all-change in midfield
5.10 || webmaster

Milan are expected to start Lucas Paqueta, Leo Duarte and Lucas Biglia in tonight’s must-win game, while Genoa bring back Andrea Pinamonti.

Rossoneri Coach Marco Giampaolo is hanging by a thread after four defeats in his first six games, with talk in the Corriere dello Sport and Gazzetta dello Sport that Gennaro Gattuso could return to the bench.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Gattuso in, Maldini out?
5.10 || webmaster

Gennaro Gattuso could return to Milan in place of Marco Giampaolo, it’s reported, but only if Paolo Maldini leaves first.

Today there is a crunch match with Genoa and defeat could spell the end for the brief Giampaolo era.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Giampaolo: Not dropping Piatek
5.10 || webmaster

Milan boss Marco Giampaolo has made it clear that he will not drop Krzysztof Piatek. “If he doesn’t score, who does?”

Piatek has scored just twice this season, in stark contrast to his 30-goal haul of 2018-19, and it had been speculated that the Pole could be dropped against Genoa tomorrow.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Leao: Kaka & Ronaldo my heroes
5.10 || webmaster

Rafael Leao says Kaka was “a hero of mine at Milan and I’m happy to represent the team he played for”, but Cristiano Ronaldo is his “favourite player”.

Leao opened his account for Milan with a fine finish against Fiorentina during their 3-1 defeat at San Siro last Sunday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Shevchenko: 'Not thinking of AC Milan'
1.10 || webmaster

Andriy Shevchenko insists he is focused on Ukraine and has not been contacted by Milan. “I love the club, but I’m not thinking about them now.”

The former striker had been suggested as a potential replacement for Marco Giampaolo, as the new Coach has lost four of his first six Serie A games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini & Boban under AC Milan fire?
1.10 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini and Zvonimir Boban are also reportedly in the firing line at Milan as Elliott Management examines their poor start to the season.

Milan have made their worst start to a Serie A season since 1938 after losing four of their first six games.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Garcia or Ranieri for AC Milan?
1.10 || webmaster

Rudi Garcia and Claudio Ranieri have emerged as possible contenders to replace embattled Milan boss Marco Giampaolo.

Milan are expected to sack Giampaolo if they fail to beat Genoa, the former Sampdoria boss having overseen their worst start to the season since the 1938-39 campaign.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:3 Fiorentina - match report
1.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Pulgar pen 14 (F), Castrovilli 66 (F), Ribery 78 (F), Leao 80 (M)

Milan plunged into full-blown crisis mode after a humiliating 3-1 home defeat to Fiorentina, which saw Mateo Musacchio sent off and Gianluigi Donnarumma save a penalty.

For the first time this season, Marco Giampaolo picked the same XI twice, making no changes from the side that played well for an hour against Torino on Thursday only to lose 2-1. The pressure was building after three defeats in the opening five rounds, especially against . The Viola also made no adjustments after finally ending their 18-round winless streak by beating Sampdoria 2-1 midweek.

Read the rest on Football Italia.





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