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The Archive

July 2017

Pallotta: 'AC Milan lost their minds!'
28.7 || webmaster

Roma President James Pallotta blasted Financial Fair Play rules, as Milan’s transfer strategy “makes zero sense. They didn’t have the money in the first place. They’re losing their minds!”

American businessman Pallotta spoke to Sirius XM FC on Thursday evening and did not hold back his opinions. You can read the rest here and here.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella: 'AC Milan 4-3-3 with variations'
28.7 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella admits Milan are “still a bit behind” in gelling the squad, but confirms they will build on a “4-3-3 with variations” after the Europa League win at Craiova.

The Rossoneri won their first competitive match of the season, 1-0 away to Romanian side Craiova in the Europa League preliminary round tie.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Europe League: Craiova 0:1 AC Milan - match report
28.7 || webmaster

The Rossoneri were back in European football for the first time since March 2014, a gap of 1,234 days, with the first leg of this Europa League preliminary round tie in Romania. Ex-Italy Under-21 Coach Devis Mangia and former Juventus midfielder Fausto Rossi brought an Italian air to Craiova, while Leonardo Bonucci, Lucas Biglia, Suso, Alessio Romagnoli, Carlos Bacca, Jose Sosa and Gabriel Paletta were unavailable. The second leg is on August 3.

M'Baye Niang had the first shot on target, but a 22nd-minute defensive error sent ex-Pescara forward Ionut Mitrita clear on goal, Gianluigi Donnarumma at full stretch forced into a fingertip save at the near bottom corner on his European club football debut.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Europe League: Craiova vs. AC Milan - line-ups
27.7 || webmaster

Craiova: Calancea; Dimitrov, Spahija, Kelic, Briceag; Zlatinski; Vagenin, Mitrita, Rossi, Bancu; Baluta

Craiova bench: Mitrovic, Tiago Ferreira, Screciu, Mateiu, Barbut, Roman, Barthe

Milan: G Donnarumma; Abate, Zapata, Musacchio, Rodriguez; Kessie, Montolivo, Bonaventura; Borini, Cutrone, Niang

Milan bench: Storari, Conti, Gomez, Antonelli, Mauri, Locatelli, Andre Silva

Ref: Ozkahya (TUR)

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci and Biglia not paid yet
26.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci and Lucas Biglia have not been registered by Milan because payment won’t arrive until August 11, confirmed Marco Fassone.

The pair were expected to take part in tomorrow night’s Europa League preliminary round tie against Craiova in Romania, but are not in the squad.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

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26.7 || webmaster

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AC Milan on Sanches and El Ghazi
26.7 || webmaster

Milan are hoping Bayern Munich will accept the latest Renato Sanches offer for a total €45-50m, but also asked after Lille’s Anwar El Ghazi today.

Sky Sport Italia claim the Rossoneri discussed several situations with agent Jorge Mendes in Sardinia yesterday.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan meet for Costa and Falcao
25.7 || webmaster

Milan are in a meeting with agent Jorge Mendes this evening to discuss Diego Costa, Radamel Falcao and Renato Sanches.

Sky Sport Italia photographed directors Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli in Porto Cervo, Sardinia, where they sat down with Mendes.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Marseille EUR 20 mil for Bacca
25.7 || webmaster

Olympique Marseille are ready to offer €20m (£17.8m) for Carlos Bacca, claim Mundo Deportivo, and it’s a proposal Milan would accept.

The Rossoneri have invested over €210m this summer, but are waiting to sign another striker until Bacca has been moved on.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Biglia: ‘AC Milan is a dream’
25.7 || webmaster

Lucas Biglia says it’s “a dream” to be at Milan, and discusses his Fernando Redondo inspiration.

The midfielder joined the Rossoneri from Lazio earlier this month, and spoke to the club’s official television channel about icons from the past.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan in London for ‘Mr X’?
25.7 || webmaster

Milan’s hierarchy reportedly made a flying visit to London, as they look to secure their ‘Mr X’ signing.

The Rossoneri have made a host of big money signings this summer, but are still looking for a striker to bolster Vincenzo Montella’s squad.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Maldini hails Bonucci capture
24.7 || webmaster

Paolo Maldini has hailed Milan’s capture of Leonardo Bonucci. “He’s certainly an excellent buy.”

Speaking to Sky Sport Italia on Monday, Maldini also gave his opinions on Juventus and Roma, as well as whether Milan had what it took to already mount a title challenge in Serie A.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Cutrone to stay at AC Milan?
24.7 || webmaster

Youngster Patrick Cutrone will reportedly feature in Milan’s squad next season thanks to his performance against Bayern Munich on Saturday.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Cutrone’s brace in Milan’s 4-0 win against Bayern Munich in the International Champions Cup will see the striker kept on by Vincenzo Montella.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan revive Kalinic deal?
24.7 || webmaster

Nikola Kalinic’s agent is reportedly on his way to Milan’s headquarters for talks with the Rossoneri.

According to, Fali Ramadani – who is also acting as an intermediary in negotiations – is expected at Casa Milan on Monday evening, where he will discuss a deal for the Fiorentina striker with Diavolo CEO Marco Fassone.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘Sanches can leave if he wants’
24.7 || webmaster

Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness suggests Renato Sanches can leave if he wants to, in another nod towards Milan.

Vincenzo Montella confirmed on Monday that the signing of a midfielder was a priority for Milan, amidst mounting speculation the player in question would be Sanches.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan thrash Bayern
22.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci made his first appearance, as Milan thrashed Bayern Munich 4-0 in Shenzhen.

The Rossoneri lost their first game of the tour to Borussia Dortmund, so this was an important warm-up for the Europa League clash with Craiova.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

No problem for Torino and Belotti
22.7 || webmaster

Andrea Belotti has not asked Torino to sell him, so Milan would need at least €80m to sign him, reports suggest.

The Rossoneri have been heavily linked with the Italian international, who has a €100m release clause which is only valid for foreign clubs.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci, Biglia out for Craiova
22.7 || webmaster

Marco Fassone confirms neither Lucas Biglia nor Leonardo Bonucci will be in Milan’s squad for CSU Craiova.

The Rossoneri face the Romanian side in the Europa League on Thursday, but their two most recent signings weren’t registered in time to be eligible.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Aubameyang waits for AC Milan
22.7 || webmaster

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has reportedly rejected a Borussia Dortmund renewal, as he’s waiting for Milan.

The striker came up through the Rossoneri youth system, and has been heavily linked with a return this summer.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci: 'The last Juventus straw'
22.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci reveals being sent to the stands against Porto was “just the final straw” and he didn’t “feel important” at Juventus, prompting his Milan move.

The defender surprised Serie A viewers with a €42m transfer to San Siro after seven years in Turin, where rumours continue to swirl about the breakdown of his rapport with Coach Max Allegri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Costa to AC Milan for six months?
21.7 || webmaster

Diego Costa could join Milan on loan for six months before moving to Atletico Madrid, according to reports in Spain.

The striker has been frozen out by Antonio Conte at Stamford Bridge, and wants to return to former club Atleti.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘De Sciglio could’ve gone last year’
21.7 || webmaster

Mattia De Sciglio’s agent reveals there was a deal for him to leave Milan for Juventus last year.

The full-back joined the Bianconeri this week for a fee of €12m, but the transfer could have happened 12 months earlier.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ancelotti drops Sanches hint
21.7 || webmaster

Bayern Munich Coach Carlo Ancelotti discusses Renato Sanches’ future - “I’m working to make him a Milan fan…”

The midfielder has been heavily linked with the Rossoneri in recent days, and they may have a helping hand from their former boss.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Coppa Italia draw made
21.7 || webmaster

The draw has been made for this season’s Coppa Italia, with a potential Milan derby in the quarter-final.

A tennis-style bracket is drawn up before the start of each campaign, meaning that every side knows exactly who they could encounter en route to the final.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan like Belotti, but…’
21.7 || webmaster

Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli confirms they like Andrea Belotti but “you can’t always get the things you like”.

The Rossoneri are in the market for a striker and the Italian international is one of their top targets, but Torino insist he costs €100m, despite his release clause only being valid outside Serie A.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Kalinic to AC Milan on Monday?
21.7 || webmaster

Fiorentina striker Nikola Kalinic could sign for Milan on Monday, according to the latest reports.

The Croatian international has been granted time off from the Viola’s pre-season preparations, and it was reported last night that a deal is very close.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci: ‘Kessie gave me 19’
21.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci confirms he’ll wear number 19 for Milan next season, having spoken to Franck Kessié.

Both players favour that particular number, and there was speculation that there could be a minor clash over who gets to wear it for the coming season.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Conti: ‘Gasperini a life-changer, Bonucci leader’
19.7 || webmaster

Milan new boy Andrea Conti has paid tribute to former Atalanta boss and “life-changer” Gian Piero Gasperini, while hailing “leader” Leonardo Bonucci.

Conti was one of several Atalanta players that burst onto the scene under Gasperini last season, the right-back having scored eight goals to not only help the Dea achieve their best-ever finish in Serie A of fourth but also earn a €25m transfer to Milan.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Morata to Chelsea done?
19.7 || webmaster

It appears Milan have definitively missed out on Alvaro Morata, with reports his move to Chelsea is done.

The Real Madrid striker was heavily linked with the Rossoneri, and it was thought he was keen on a return to Italy after his spell with Juventus.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bayern name Renato Sanches price
19.7 || webmaster

Bayern Munich have stated that they will accept €48m for Renato Sanches but doubt Milan are ready to meet their demands.

Sanches has emerged as a midfield target for Milan, with talks commencing last week, but Karl-Heinz Rummenigge made it clear that although the Portugal starlet “won’t get enough minutes” at Bayern, his club would only sell on their terms.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan: Suso & Locatelli unsellable
19.7 || webmaster

Milan have ruled out the possibility of selling playmaking attacker Suso and Italy Under-21 midfielder Manuel Locatelli this summer.

The assertions were made by Milan’s in-house, television channel, Milan TV, via Tuttomercatoweb.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Belotti ‘AC Milan’s first choice’
19.7 || webmaster

Andrea Belotti has reportedly emerged as Milan’s primary striking target, but Torino are still hoping to receive €100m from any sale.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, Belotti is Milan and Vincenzo Montella’s “first choice” to reinforce their front line.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

What AC Milan must do to reach the Champions League
19.7 || webmaster

AC Milan coach Vincenzo Montella’s is planning a route back to Serie A and Champions League success, helped hugely by the club’s new cash-rich Chinese owners.

With two Champions League trophies in the last 14 years and seven times winners of Europe’s top club prize, AC Milan can rightly be considered European football royalty. No other Italian club comes close to their record. Even the all-conquering Juventus have lost both of their recent Champions League finals and still have just one European Cup to their name. But with AC Milan finishing in a hugely disappointing sixth place in Serie A in 2016-17, 23 points behind the Champions League spots and 28 adrift of champions Juve, the Rossoneri will once again not be playing in the competition. It’s the fourth season in a row that the once mighty Milan have missed out, so what needs to change at the San Siro?

Thanks to the deep pockets of the club’s new Chinese owners, manager Vincenzo Montella has begun by changing the look of his squad. In July Milan shocked Serie A by signing Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci from rivals Juve for £35 million. That sent a strong message to the rest of the league that they’re targeting a swift return to Europe’s top table in 2018. It also gave Milan the defensive leader they’ve lacked ever since Thiago Silva was sold in 2012 and should see them concede much less than the 45 goals that went in during 2016-17. Playing behind Bonucci will be Italy’s top teenage goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma. The club convinced the 18-year-old star to sign a new contract this summer, which means Milan retain a world-class keeper that many experts thought would be off to Juventus as the Rossoneri cashed in on the youngster. They didn’t and that was a very smart piece of business.

Of the players that failed to impress the fans and coaching staff at the San Siro last season, time could soon be called on M’Baye Niang’s spell at the club. The midfielder joined Watford on loan in January and could seal a permanent switch to the Premier League this summer. Jose Sosa, Gustavo Gomez and Matias Fernandez also didn’t hit the expected heights after joining in 2016. Montella’s recent midfield recruitment has seen Ricardo Rodriguez, Andrea Conti, Franck Kessie, Lucas Biglia and Hakan Calhanoglu arrive to boost the middle of the park. The 19-year-old midfielder Manuel Locatelli also made a big name for himself last season and Milan want him to follow Donnarumma and commit his future to the club.

Montella was a dangerous goalscorer in his playing days and he’ll hope Andre Silva – a £30 million capture from Porto – will settle quickly in Italy and start hitting the net. Silva links up with Cristiano Ronaldo playing for Portugal so if another big attacking star, like Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerik Aubameyang or Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata, also joined Milan he should handle the pressure well. Carlos Bacca was Milan’s top scorer with just 13 goals in 2016-17 and that’s not a stat that will win league titles. If the Italians can snare a proven striker like Aubameyang or Morata, bookmakers like 888sport will drastically cut their odds of Milan landing their first Serie A title since 2011.

Legendary former Milan manager Arrigo Sacchi has been pleased with the activity at his old club. But one thing he also hopes they will give Montella, which can’t be bought however much cash is in the bank, is time. The coach needs to be patient as he potentially blends six new players into his starting line-up, hoping that the suits from China don’t pull the trigger if Milan aren’t sitting pretty at the top by Christmas. Seven permanent managers have sat in the hot seat already this decade and Milan now need to let Montella work with his squad and feel secure that he’s building something big for the future. For most fans, experts and neutrals, the Rossoneri do look set to make big steps to get back in the big time in Serie A and ultimately the Champions League.

AC Milan expected to return to Champions League
19.7 || webmaster

Milan third favourites to win Serie A with the bookmakers, with the Rossoneri having signed several players this summer

AC Milan were only able to finish in sixth position last season, although the bookies expect a big improvement for the 2017/18 campaign.

Vincenzo Montella has been given the opportunity to strengthen the Rossoneri squad and the bookmakers have reacted by cutting their odds on Milan to win the Serie A title.

You can now get odds of 8.00 about a nineteenth Scudetto for AC Milan, with anticipating that the team could challenge champions Juventus at the top of the table.

The Old Lady of Turin remain strong favourites at odds of 1.80 to win the Serie A title, while Napoli are also regarded as a main contender at 5.50, although Milan come next on that list.

Finishing in third place would mean that the Rossoneri would qualify for the Champions League, with the famous club desperate to dine at the top table of Europe after several seasons out of European competition.

Since the 2012/13 season, Milan have failed to land a place in the top three of Serie A and European football is fast becoming a distant memory, although Montella will want to correct that.

Milan haven’t won a Scudetto since 2011, although new ownership spearheaded by Li Yonghong means that a wave of new players have arrived, with the club narrowly failing to land the signature of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Leonardo Bonucci will be a Milan player next season and has a wealth of experience when it comes to operating at the top level of Italian football, while André Silva, Andrea Conti, Hakan Çalhanoğlu, and Ricardo Rodriguez all arriving and catching the eye.

You can get odds of 2.10 that Milan make the top three of the table next season and they will be confident of finishing ahead of Roma, Inter and Lazio.

Some bookmakers are also offering odds of 3.75 that AC Milan finish top of Serie A in their “without Juventus” market which doesn’t take into account the Turin side in that particular market.

If you think that the Rossoneri will score more goals than any other team in the league, then odds of 8.00 are available that Montella engineers his team to do this, although the chief focus will be on winning the title and restoring some greatness to the famous red and black.

AC Milan dealt Aubameyang blow
18.7 || webmaster

Milan have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as Borussia Dortmund insist the “transfer window is shut” for the striker.

Aubameyang scored twice for Dortmund in their 3-1 friendly win against Milan on Tuesday, amidst speculation that the Rossoneri were looking to bring back the striker.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

De Sciglio jets in for Juve
18.7 || webmaster

Milan’s Mattia De Sciglio has landed back in Italy to complete a transfer to Juventus but insists he has yet to hear from Max Allegri.

De Sciglio touched down at Milan-Malpensa airport on Tuesday evening, having left the Rossoneri’s preseason tour of China to formalise his impending switch to Juve.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan could play three in defence’
18.7 || webmaster

Milan boss Vincenzo Montella has revealed that he is considering a switch to a three-man defence next season.

Leonardo Bonucci’s arrival means Milan could play him alongside Alessio Romagnoli and fellow new boy Mateo Musacchio at the back, and Montella admits the idea is in the pipeline.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Montella: ‘AC Milan showed character’
18.7 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella praises the “application and character” of his Milan squad, despite the 3-1 loss to Borussia Dortmund.

The Rossoneri were beaten by the Germans in China earlier today, though they were without several of this summer’s new signings.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan beaten by Dortmund
18.7 || webmaster

Milan were beaten 3-1 by Borussia Dortmund in China, but Mateo Musacchio and Franck Kessié played well.

The Rossoneri are in the Far East for the International Champions Cup, and faced the Bundesliga outfit this afternoon.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: Lapadula joins Genoa
18.7 || webmaster

Genoa have officially confirmed the signing of Gianluca Lapadula from Milan, on loan with obligation to buy.

The 27-year-old joined the Rossoneri from Pescara last summer, scoring eight goals and providing three assists despite just 15 starts.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Europa League: AC Milan to play Craiova
14.7 || webmaster

Milan have been drawn against CSU Craiova in the third qualifying round of the Europa League.

The Rossoneri finished sixth in Serie A last season, meaning they must negotiate two ties to reach the group stage of the competition.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci to be AC Milan captain?
14.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci will reportedly be made Milan captain when he completes his move from Juventus.

The centre-back is at Casa Milan this afternoon, as he’s about to make a sensational transfer to the Rossoneri.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan set Bonucci record?
14.7 || webmaster

Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci is currently undergoing his Milan medical and it’s reported his salary will be €8m plus €2m in bonuses - a new Serie A record.

The shock transfer is expected to be completed this evening for €40m plus another €2m in performance-related bonuses.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci medical tomorrow
14.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci is expected to take his Milan medical tomorrow, ahead of his transfer from Juventus.

The centre-back has arrived at Casa Milan to sign his contract, as the Bianconeri have accepted an offer believed to be worth €40m, with another €2m in potential bonuses.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Agent: Biglia joining AC Milan tomorrow
13.7 || webmaster

Lucas Biglia’s agent has confirmed that the Lazio midfielder will join Milan on Friday. “He’s so happy with this move.”

Reports emerged on Thursday evening that Biglia would be joining Milan, with a deal for €17m plus bonuses agreed, and Enzo Montepaone revealed the rumours to be true.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan agree €17m Biglia deal?
13.7 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly clinched a deal worth €17m plus bonuses to sign Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia.

Gianluca Di Marzio’s official website adds Biglia should depart Lazio’s training camp on Friday, ahead of completing his move.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

‘AC Milan must wait on Bonucci’
13.7 || webmaster

Leonardo Bonucci’s agent admits “we just have to wait” on the defender’s proposed transfer to Milan from Juventus.

In a sensational development, Milan are reportedly negotiating a fee with Juve for Bonucci after agreeing terms for the Italy international, and Alessandro Lucci fuelled the speculation further by refusing to issue any denials.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan €10m away from Bonucci?
13.7 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly €10m away from landing Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, with Mattia De Sciglio reserved for a separate transfer.

According to Sport Mediaset, Milan have agreed a salary of almost €7m with Bonucci and sent their first bid of €30m plus De Sciglio to Juve.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Genoa agree Lapadula deal?
13.7 || webmaster

Genoa have reportedly agreed a deal worth up to €13m for Milan striker Gianluca Lapadula.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, Lapadula will join Genoa on an initial, season-long loan for €2m, before the move is made permanent next summer for €11m.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Bonucci has AC Milan deal?
13.7 || webmaster

Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has reportedly agreed a €6m per season contract with Milan.

After reports of a move to San Siro emerged yesterday, the deal has been moving at pace today, with the two clubs reportedly moving closer to an agreement.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Still no Biglia deal for AC Milan
12.7 || webmaster

Lucas Biglia is on his way to the Lazio pre-season training camp, but negotiations continue with Milan offering €17m to the €20m request.

The Argentina international had been given a few extra days off to help push through the move, but now the deadline has expired and he must start training.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Genoa agree Bertolacci loan
12.7 || webmaster

Andrea Bertolacci is set for a return to his old club Genoa on loan from Milan, two years after leaving Marassi.

The 26-year-old has struggled with the Rossoneri due to injuries, poor form and tactical considerations.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan meet Roma target Ghezzal
12.7 || webmaster

Milan met with the former Olympique Lyonnais winger Rachid Ghezzal today, as the free agent is also of interest to Roma.

Ghezzal’s contract with Lyon expired this summer and he seems to heading towards Serie A football.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Nesta: ‘Transfer fees too high’
12.7 || webmaster

Alessandro Nesta believes transfer fees are too high in the modern game as “the quality seems lower to me”.

The former centre-back joined Milan from Lazio for €31m in 2002, but the likes of John Stones, David Luiz and Eliaquim Mangala have all moved for higher sums in recent years.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

OFFICIAL: AC Milan sign Bargiel
12.7 || webmaster

Milan have officially completed the signing of Polish youngster Przemysław Bargiel from Ruch Chorzów.

It was reported last week that the 17-year-old would join the Rossoneri for €350,000 plus another €150,000 in bonuses.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Niang close to Fenerbahce
11.7 || webmaster

Milan striker M’Baye Niang is on the verge of a permanent transfer to Fenerbahce, according to Mediaset Premium.

The forward spent the last six months on loan at Watford and had been linked with a Premier League return for Everton or joining Torino.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

New AC Milan debuts with 4-0 win
11.7 || webmaster

Milan beat Swiss side Lugano 4-0 in their first friendly of the season, with Hakan Calhanoglu, Ricardo Rodriguez, Franck Kessie, Fabio Borini and Mateo Musacchio.

Vincenzo Montella was able to count on many of his summer signings in this run-out.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Official: Donnarumma signs AC Milan deal
11.7 || webmaster

Gianluigi Donnarumma has officially signed a four-year contract renewal with Milan, including the arrival of his brother.

It runs to June 2021 and is reported to be worth €6m per year net.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Biglia waits for AC Milan
11.7 || webmaster

Lucas Biglia reportedly hasn’t joined Lazio’s pre-season training camp, as he waits for Milan.

The Biancocelesti captain has already agreed terms on a move to San Siro, but the two clubs are struggling to come to an agreement.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan eye Modric in January
9.7 || webmaster

Milan know they won’t tempt Luka Modric from Real Madrid this summer, but could try again in January if he struggles for playing time.

According to Spanish newspaper AS, the Rossoneri have set their sights on the midfielder who turns 32 in September.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Ancelotti tips Calhanoglu
9.7 || webmaster

Carlo Ancelotti believes Hakan Calhanoglu “will settle in to Serie A very quickly” and Gianluigi Donnarumma must stay at Milan.

The Bayern Munich boss spoke to the Corriere dello Sport newspaper, you can read the rest of that interview here.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan get Biglia breakthrough?
9.7 || webmaster

Milan might have finally found an agreement for Lucas Biglia, offering Lazio €16m plus bonuses to reach the €20m asking price.

The midfielder will be out of contract next summer and did not attend pre-season medical tests in Rome.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

AC Milan bid €60m for Aubameyang
9.7 || webmaster

Milan are offering €60m for Borussia Dortmund hitman Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but face competition from Chelsea.

The last few days have seen their interest in the Gabon international intensify once again.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Chelsea - AC Milan for Aubameyang
9.7 || webmaster

Milan suddenly have fierce competition for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, as Chelsea look at the €80m-rated Borussia Dortmund hitman.

The Rossoneri have over the last 24 hours intensified their efforts to bring the Gabon international back to San Siro, where he was part of their youth academy.

Read the rest on Football Italia.

Biglia moves closer to AC Milan
9.7 || webmaster

Lucas Biglia is reportedly on the verge of completing a transfer to Milan after Lazio agreed to a €15m plus bonuses fee.

The Argentina international is out of contract next summer and did not attend today’s pre-season medical tests in Rome.

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OFFICIAL: Kucka joins Trabzonspor
7.7 || webmaster

Trabzonspor announced they have signed Milan midfielder Juraj Kucka in a deal believed to be worth €5m.

The 30-year-old underwent his medical today and put pen to paper on a contract to June 2020.

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Conti: 'Finally a Milan player!'
7.7 || webmaster

Andrea Conti is happy to “finally be a Milan player. I think the minimum we should target is a Champions League place.”

The right-back completed his transfer from Atalanta this afternoon for €24m plus ownership of Italy Under-20 international Matteo Pessina.

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OFFICIAL: Conti signs for AC Milan
7.7 || webmaster

Milan have officially signed Atalanta full-back Andrea Conti, with Matteo Pessina going the other way as part of the deal.

“AC Milan announce the definitive purchase from Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio of Andrea Conti, who signed a contract with the Rossoneri until June 30 2022,” read a statement.

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AC Milan handed Biglia boost?
7.7 || webmaster

Milan could be given a boost in their pursuit of Lucas Biglia as the midfielder will reportedly not travel to Lazio’s preseason training camp.

Il Messaggero expects Milan CEO Milan Fassone to resume talks with Lazio President Claudio Lotito over an agreement for Biglia.

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Four-year deal for Donnarumma?
7.7 || webmaster

Gigio Donnarumma will reportedly sign for four years at Milan, but his release clause won’t be dependent on the Champions League.

The 18-year-old is on the verge of signing a new deal with the Rossoneri, following a positive meeting with his agent, Mino Raiola, today.

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Donnarumma to renew this week?
6.7 || webmaster

Following today’s meeting with Mino Raiola, Milan are believed to be confident Gigio Donnarumma will renew this week.

After his rejection of a new deal last month, the goalkeeper’s agent met with the Rossoneri this evening to discuss a potential agreement.

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Conti: ‘I had sleepless nights’
6.7 || webmaster

Andrea Conti reveals he had “sleepless nights” over his transfer from Atalanta to Milan.

The full-back has arrived in the city to finally sign for the Rossoneri, after the two clubs spent more than a month trying to come to an agreement.

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Donnarumma - AC Milan meeting underway?
6.7 || webmaster

Multiple reports suggest a meeting is underway between Gianluigi Donnarumma’s agent and Milan over his contract.

The goalkeeper rejected a new deal with the club last month, but it appears he has since reconsidered that stance.

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Kucka set for Trabzonspor
6.7 || webmaster

Milan midfielder Juraj Kucka is expected in Turkey on Thursday, where he will complete a €6m transfer to Trabzonspor.

According to CNN Turk, Kucka will land in Istanbul at 15:30, although it is not clear if the time reported is CET or local.

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AC Milan wait on Aubameyang?
6.7 || webmaster

Milan are reportedly waiting for the Chinese transfer window to shut later this month before they pursue a deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Nikola Kalinic is not Milan’s only striking target as they are working on “another big coup” for Aubameyang.

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Will Fabio Borini help fire AC Milan to Serie A glory?
6.7 || webmaster

AC Milan were the dominant Serie A club in the 1990s and claimed the title five times during that decade but, after lifting the trophy in the 2003-2004 campaign, they have tasted success just once more.

That was back in 2010-2011 under current Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri who has continued to win silverware in Turin while the Rossoneri have faded.

Several coaches have come and gone and, with Vincenzo Montella about to embark in his second season at the helm, the hope is that the previous owner’s knee-jerk reaction to failure is now a thing of the past.

Last season’s sixth-place finish was modest by their past high standards but a step in the right direction, however the fact they must now play in the third qualifying round just to make the group stage of the Europa League shows how the mighty have fallen.

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Before you do so, it should be remembered scoring goals was a major problem for the San Siro outfit last term with just 57 in the league all season. When compared to champions Juve (77), Roma (90), Napoli (94), Lazio (74) and city rivals Inter (72), it is clear in which area the boss has to recruit.

With that in mind, it would seem strange that they have opted for a striker in the mould of Fabio Borini, who has signed on loan from relegated Sunderland with an option to make it permanent at the end of the season.

It would not be doing the 26-year-old a disservice to say he is hardly prolific in front of goal, with 36 from 166 appearances in all competitions during his career to date, while he bagged 13 Premier League goals from 73 outings across two spells at the Stadium of Light.

That sort of return is hardly going to have opposition defenders quaking in their boots and he will have to up his ratio of goals to games to stand any chance of adding to a solitary Italy cap.

The forward has played just one season in Serie A and found the net nine times from 24 appearances while on loan at Roma in the 2011-2102 campaign and Montella will be hoping he can replicate or better that form now back in Italian football.

Borini has led something of a nomadic existence since signing for Chelsea back in 2009 which has hardly helped his development as a footballer and stability will be key to his progress.

There is no question he has the talent so succeed as a number of high-profile coaches have looked to either take him on loan or purchase him outright, and injuries have clearly held him back.

But now, after returning to his home land and at an age when strikers are coming to their peak, it is time for the former Liverpool man to start proving his worth.

Il Diavolo have also signed Portugal striker André Silva this summer to signal their intent and, with Carlos Bacca also in the ranks, Borini will have to battle hard for game time.

The move to Milan may well be the making of the player but, even with the new men on board, it would seem folly to suggest that Milan will be able to close the massive gap to the Old Lady and walk off with next season’s Serie A title.

Juventus meet De Sciglio agent
5.7 || webmaster

Juventus are reportedly meeting with the agent of Mattia De Sciglio, who is also an intermediary for Douglas Costa.

The Bianconeri are believed to be interested in both players, with Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli admitting today that De Sciglio wants to leave.

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AC Milan have Conti deal
5.7 || webmaster

It’s reported Milan have finally agreed a deal with Atalanta to sign Andrea Conti.

The full-back has already agreed terms with the Rossoneri, and has made it clear he won’t move anywhere else.

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Mirabelli: De Sciglio wants out
5.7 || webmaster

Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli has confirmed that Mattia De Sciglio wants to leave but insists Juventus must “meet our demands”.

De Sciglio has long been linked with an exit from Milan, amidst speculation that he could join Juve, who are in the market for full-back reinforcements.

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Montella: CL the objective
5.7 || webmaster

Vincenzo Montella insists Milan’s objective next season is to qualify for the Champions League as “I can’t wait to start this transition.”

Montella guided Milan back to Europe last season, in his first campaign at the helm, and the Coach is hoping to go one better in 2017-18, with his squad rejuvenated by several, big-money arrivals.

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‘AC Milan a work in progress, but…’
5.7 || webmaster

Milan sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli admits the club remain “a work in progress” but is “confident” with the work being done.

Mirabelli has spearheaded Milan’s recruitment drive this summer after arriving as part of the Chinese consortium that purchased the Rossoneri, helping to bring in the likes of Ricardo Rodriguez, Franck Kessie, Andre Silva and Hakan Calhanoglu.

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AC Milan cut Bertolacci losses?
5.7 || webmaster

Milan have reportedly given up on Andrea Bertolacci and are prepared to sell him for just €10m – half of what they paid for the midfielder two years ago.

Bertolacci joined Milan for €20m in the summer of 2015, after a season that saw him emerge as one of Serie A’s most impressive midfielders and break into the Italy squad.

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Sampdoria confirm Lapadula interest
5.7 || webmaster

Sampdoria have confirmed their interest in signing Milan striker Gianluca Lapadula but are reportedly unwilling to meet the Rossoneri’s demands.

Accordig to Il Secolo XIX, Samp are only prepared to offer €10m – some way below Milan’s asking price in the region of €15-18m – but that has not stopped sporting director Carlo Osti from describing the Italo-Peruvian as “an interesting player”.

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Fassone: Biglia on standby, Kalinic…
5.7 || webmaster

Milan CEO Marco Fassone confirms Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia “is on standby” but admits his club “will leave Fiorentina alone” for Nikola Kalinic.

A fee is reportedly all that stands between Biglia and Milan, but a deal for Kalinic seems to be off after Fiorentina sporting director Pantaleo Corvino made it clear the striker would not be sold.

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Fassone confirms Donnarumma issue
4.7 || webmaster

Milan CEO Marco Fassone confirmed “we are very close to a deal with Gianluigi Donnarumma and his family,” but not with agent Mino Raiola.

The goalkeeper had turned down a contract renewal and his current deal is due to expire in June 2018.

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OM €20m not enough for Bacca
4.7 || webmaster

Olympique Marseille have offered €20m for Carlos Bacca, but it’s reported Milan are holding out for €30m.

The Rossoneri have made it clear that Bacca is not part of Coach Vincenzo Montella’s plans this season.

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Suso: 'I'm staying at AC Milan'
4.7 || webmaster

Suso assures he is “very happy at Milan and will certainly remain here,” despite interest from Roma and Napoli.

“I haven’t signed a contract renewal yet, but I am very happy at Milan, this is my team, my family is happy and I will certainly remain here,” said the Spaniard during the Sportitalia Awards.

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Conti: 'AC Milan is a dream'
4.7 || webmaster

Atalanta wing-back Andrea Conti confirms “Milan is a dream and I’d be prepared to forego a summer holiday to make this move happen.”

The Italy Under-21 international has made no secret of his desire to join the Rossoneri.

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Plizzari set for Ternana
4.7 || webmaster

Milan have agreed terms with teenage goalkeeper Alessandro Plizzari to renew his contract, then join Ternana on loan.

The 17-year-old, fresh from the Under-20 World Cup bronze medal with Italy, came up through the Rossoneri youth academy.

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Kalinic: 'I want AC Milan move'
4.7 || webmaster

After Fiorentina director Pantaleo Corvino declared he would “not even listen” to the Milan offer, Nikola Kalinic asked to join the Rossoneri.

Technical director Corvino spoke to the media including Sky Sport Italia and Mediaset Premium following today’s meeting with Federico Bernardeschi’s agent.

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Kucka talks with Trabzonspor
4.7 || webmaster

Milan are in negotiations with Turkish side Trabzonspor to sell midfielder Juraj Kucka.

According to Sky Sport Italia and Sportitalia, there is still a large gap between demand and offer.

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Is Donnarumma deal done?
4.7 || webmaster

There are multiple reports Milan agreed a new €6m per year contract with Gianluigi Donnarumma, but also rumours of problems with agent Mino Raiola.

Last night Sky Sport Italia, Sportitalia, La Gazzetta dello Sport and others all had the same story: a new five-year deal was worked out for €6m per year.

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Conti to AC Milan delayed
4.7 || webmaster

Andrea Conti’s move to Milan isn’t likely this week, as Atalanta still have to find a replacement.

The Orobici abandoned a move for Thomas Foket of Gent when his medicals flagged-up a problem.

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Calhanoglu: 'I want to repay AC Milan'
3.7 || webmaster

New signing Hakan Calhanoglu thanked Milan for “trusting in me. I hope and know we can” finish in the top three of Serie A this season.

The Turkey international completed his transfer from Bayer Leverkusen for a reported €20m plus €4m bonuses.

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OFFICIAL: AC Milan sign Calhanoglu
3.7 || webmaster

Milan have officially signed Bayer Leverkusen star Hakan Calhanoglu on a contract to June 2021, reportedly for €20m plus incentives.

“It’s my first time in Italy, it’s very nice. The museum is very big with some big players and I’m very happy to be here now,” Calhanoglu told reporters outside Casa Milan.

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Paletta agent: ‘No Torino deal’
3.7 || webmaster

Gabriel Paletta’s agent denies the Milan defender is set for Torino - “I don’t know who is running these rumours, there’s no done deal”.

The centre-back has been in talks with the Granata, but his representative says suggestions of a done deal are premature.

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Calhanoglu completes AC Milan medical
3.7 || webmaster

Hakan Calhanoglu has completed his Milan medical, so he should officially join later today.

The Turkish international was subjected to examinations this morning, as he’s set to join from Bayer Leverkusen.

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Pessina sends Conti to AC Milan?
3.7 || webmaster

Milan will reportedly send Mattia Pessina to Atalanta in order to unlock the Andrea Conti transfer.

The Rossoneri have had a deal with the full-back for some time, but they were struggling to agree a deal with the Orobici.

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AC Milan are sleeping giants of world football: can they return to their glory days?
3.7 || webmaster

During AC Milan’s dominant period of the 1990s it would seem fanciful that they would be scrapping for a place in Europe’s second-tier competition, but that is where they now find themselves, pipping city rivals Inter to the last Europa League spot on offer in Serie A last season.

And even that does not offer automatic passage as the San Siro outfit must first go through a qualifying round and then a play-off to reach the group stage.

It is all a far cry from their heyday of winning four straight Scudetto from 1992 to 1996 while they also won the Italian top-flight in 1999.

However, they have secured the title just twice since, last lifting the trophy in 2011, and there have been some tough times in recent years.

But there is now a sense that things could change under the new ownership, with Milan already flexing their muscles in the transfer market.

Torino striker Andrea Belotti has been linked and, with 80m euros said to be the fee, it is clear that Rossoneri Sport Investment Lux intend to invest.

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Milan’s decline has mirrored that of Italian football in general, with overseas players no longer flocking to what was once seen as the best league in the world.

England, Spain and Germany have taken over in that regard although Juventus continue to fly the flag, but the long-suffering Rossoneri fans are desperate to get back to where they feel they belong.

In any sport, stability is key and that is something Milan have lacked in the latter years under Silvio Berlusconi’s leadership.

Too many coaches have been hired on a whim and then swiftly despatched when found wanting and they must stick with Vincenzo Montella and give him the opportunity of moulding his own squad.

Clarence Seedorf, Filippo Inzaghi and Sinisa Mihajlovic were all sacked before being handed a real chance of turning things around under a regime that was far more interested in short-term gain than the bigger picture.

A glance at the current squad suggests that they will need to bring in some new faces this summer but there is talent for Montella to work with, as the likes of Carlos Bacca, Andrea Poli and Giacomo Bonaventura are on the books while 18-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma is the jewel in their crown.

The youngster already has four Italy caps to his name but is being targeted by a number of top European clubs and it will be a measure of Milan’s ambition to see if they can manage to hold onto him.

Juve have dominated Italian football for the past six seasons and there is nothing to suggest that the Old Lady will not continue to challenge for honours, but it is now the likes of Roma and Napoli that are snapping at their heels with Milan down among the also-rans.

The fact they finished above Inter is one crumb of comfort but hardly likely to appease the huge fan base that crave silverware.

Milan can return to the summit but it will not be an overnight fix and the new owners must be prepared for a few more frustrating years before they can mount a sustained challenge for honours.

Conti - AC Milan medical at last?
2.7 || webmaster

Andrea Conti could finally get the all-clear from Atalanta to undergo his Milan medical on Tuesday, claim Sportitalia.

The full-back has long been pushing for this transfer, but the clubs finally seem to be on the verge of an agreement.

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Calhanoglu: 'Happy to be here for AC Milan'
2.7 || webmaster

Hakan Calhanoglu will begin his medical tests today after arriving to complete his Milan transfer. “I’m very happy to be here.”

The Bayer Leverkusen midfielder touched down at Malpensa Airport in a private jet and was driven to the Westin hotel.

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Zoff: 'Donnarumma dismal Euros'
2.7 || webmaster

Goalkeeping legend Dino Zoff warned Gianluigi Donnarumma “didn’t get a thing right” at the Under-21 Euros and should stay at Milan.

The 18-year-old shot-stopper had one of the worst shots-to-goals-conceded ratios of the entire tournament, even though Italy reached the semi-final.

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Calhanoglu flies in for AC Milan
1.7 || webmaster

Milan have struck a deal with Bayer Leverkusen for Hakan Calhanoglu and he’ll fly in for a medical tomorrow, claim Sky Sport Italia.

Negotiations have been at an advanced stage for several days, but the final details appear to have been worked out this evening.

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Juventus must raise De Sciglio bid
1.7 || webmaster

Milan reportedly want €15m for Mattia De Sciglio, whereas Juventus are only offering €10m for the full-back.

The 24-year-old will be out of contract in June 2018 and is refusing to sign a new deal.

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Atalanta: 'Conti to AC Milan next week'
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Atalanta President Antonio Percassi confirms “next week is decisive for Andrea Conti, as he absolutely wants to join Milan,” while Marten de Roon and Thomas Foket moves are off.

The Orobici have been in advanced negotiations over full-back Conti for some time and he rejected all other options.

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OFFICIAL: Atalanta sign Milan's Vido
1.7 || webmaster

Atalanta have officially signed Under-20 Italy striker Luca Vido on a permanent transfer from Milan.

Vido scored the goal in extra time of the Under-20 World Cup quarter-finals to beat Zambia last month, the Azzurrini eventually taking third place.

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OFFICIAL: Bologna sign Poli
1.7 || webmaster

Bologna have officially signed midfielder Andrea Poli from Milan, reportedly as a free agent. “It’s an ambitious club with great potential.”

The 27-year-old put pen to paper on a four-year contract this morning.

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