Italian Serie A giant AC Milan are currently in talks to extend the contract of veteran star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to various reports. The Milan club are very much interested in retaining the services of the big Swede and are reportedly working to finalize the deal as quickly as possible.
Ibrahimovic has been remarkable for the club since joining them on a free transfer last summer and has been doing exploits for them even though he is approaching his 40th birthday. With his goals, he has given the Rossoneri an edge to compete for Champions League places and he is said to be willing to put pen to paper as well. Continue reading MILAN IN TALKS FOR IBRAHIMOVIC EXTENSION
Torino striker Andrea Belotti is a man wanted by many clubs and has been attracting a lot of interest from a host of clubs since last summer. Although he is still contracted at Torino, he may well likely seal a move away from the club this summer.
One of the many clubs to have signaled an interest in signing the Italian striker is AC Milan. According to Italian news media outlet Tuttomercatoweb, Milan are in the market for a proven striker and will do all they can to get their hands on one this summer. The long-term availability of the club’s veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is of course, in huge doubt and they will need to sign a striker that is much younger and well equipped with the ability to lead the team’s attack.
Torino want to use the money from the potential sale of their star striker Belotti to fund their own summer transfer businesses and could get as much as £40 million for the striker. The Turin club are reportedly willing to add some new faces to the squad, including the goalkeeping department, the midfield area, as well as the striker position. Continue reading Milan Inquire About The Possibility Of Signing Torino Striker
Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær and his men will fly to Italy to take on the country’s Serie A giants AC Milan in the second leg of their Europa League clash. The Red Devils hosted their Italian rivals last Thursday in the first leg of the clash at Old Trafford and conceded a late goal which canceled Ahmad Diallo’s opener to make the score level at 1-1 ahead of the return fixture.
Diallo scored a beautiful header against Milan at Old Trafford – his first goal for the senior team – but it was not enough to secure victory and the Red Devils will now have to put in a better performance in Italy if they do want to progress to the next round of the competition. A comprehensive victory for either side will see them advance straight to the quarter-finals of the Europa League, and with both teams still touted as favorites to clinch the trophy, one of them would eventually have to bow out of the competition depending on the outcome of the fixture. Continue reading Manchester United Predicted Lineup To Face AC Milan On Thursday Night
Italian Serie A giant AC Milan are highly interested in securing the services of Red Devils defender DiogoDalot on a permanent basis when his loan deal with the Italian club expires at the end of the season. Dalot switched Manchester for Milan in the last summer transfer window after it became clear that he was permanently behind Aaron Wan-Bissaka at Old Trafford and he got the green light to leave the club on a temporary deal by manager Olé Gunnar Solskjær.
Ex-AC Milan forward Antonio Cassano has had his say on the Italian Serie A title race this season and the possibility of AC Milan winning the competition when accolades are handed out at the end of this season.
Antonio Cassano is a former Italian internationalplayer and he talked about the Italian Serie A in a chat with Bobo TV on Twitch. According to him, AC Milan need to build a statute for star player Zlatan Ibrahimovic if they beat city rivals Inter Milan, title holders Juventus and the other big teams to win the title for the first time in over a decade. Antonio Cassano was full of praise for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his impact on the other AC Milan players since his return to Italian football a year ago. Cassano wants his statute to replace that of Madonnina at Duomo if AC Milan can pull off the miracle of winning the Italian Serie A title this season. Continue reading CASSANO SPEAKS ON SERIE A TITLE
AC Milan will have to negotiate the Italian Serie A clash with hosts Bologna without the duo of Simon Kjaer and Brahim Diaz. Danish international centre back Simon Kjaer will miss the away game at Bologna because of injury, while attacker Brahim Diaz will also miss the game at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara on Saturday afternoon.
AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli has named a 22-man squad for the trip to Bologna and the two aforementioned players didn’t make the cut due to their respective injuries. Turkish playmaker HakanCalhanoglu will also miss the game despite returning a negative test for Coronavirus. Continue reading MILAN DUO OUT OF BOLOGNA CLASH
AC Milan’s Spanish playmaker Brahim Diaz has declared that the return of Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the club coupled with Milan’s current form can help them achieve the feat of winning the Italian Serie A title after as long as ten years.
Diaz is currently on loan at Milan from Spanish giants Real Madrid after linking up with the team during the close season and has been impressive for his current employers all season. He even played a key role in helping his side secure victory over Torino on Saturday having assisted one goal and winning the penalty which helped them scored the other in a 2-0 victory. Continue reading BRAHIM DIAZ SAYS IBRAHIMOVIC INSPIRES MILAN TO WIN TITLES
Italian Serie A giants AC Milan are closing in on the transfer of two players ahead of the January transfer market. This is according to the publication from the stables of II Giornale via Milan News. It was revealed that the Rossoneri are on the verge of adding two defensive minded players to their ranks.
AC Milan want to sign a new centre back with the Italian Serie A table toppers struggling for numbers in that department. Matteo Gabbia, Pierre Kalulu, Simon Kjaer and Alessio Romagnoli are the four centre back options at the disposal of manager Stefano Pioli who has led the Rossoneri to the top of the table this season.Continue reading MILAN CLOSING IN ON TWO SIGNINGS
There are reports that Zlatan Ibrahimovic may be out for two to three weeks after limping off in the win against Napoli on Sunday. The veteran AC Milan forward has calmed the fraying nerves of Milan fans by stating that his calf injury was nothing serious and he could return in a week.
Italian Serie A leaders AC Milanwant to secure the long-term future of midfielder Franck Kessie at the club by offering the Ivorian international a new contract. His current deal lapses at the end of the 2021/22season.
Kessie has been with the Rossoneri since joining on loan from Atalanta in 2017. The 23-year-old spent two years on loan at the San Siro before his move was made permanent in 2019. According to media outlet Sempre Milan, the seven-time European champions are keen to offer Franck Kessie a new deal to ward off the interest of city rivals Inter Milan. Continue reading MILAN STAR SET FOR NEW DEAL