A second successive Italian Serie A title is slipping away from holders Inter Milan after the 2-1 defeat at Bologna in a rescheduled game played on Wednesday night. Inter Milan came into the game against Bologna with a two-point deficit to city rivals AC Milan and with the chance to go one point over the Rossoneri with an away win over Bologna. Also, Italian champions Inter Milan came into the Bologna game with a run of five straight wins in all competitions including a four-match winning run in the league.
Apart from Inter Milan and AC Milan, Napoli have also been in the title raceover the course of the current Italian Serie A season though Napoli might have hurt their chances of winning the competition this season after hosts Empoli came from two goals down to beat them 3-2. Napoli are five points behind Inter Milan with four games left, while they are seven points behind league leaders AC Milan. Continue reading INTER WINNING RUN ENDED AT BOLOGNA
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims Milan are ready to spend up to €100m to strengthen the team next summer and Sven Botman will likely be their first signing. According to multiple reports, the Rossoneri are finalising an agreement with Lille for the Netherlands international, who has already agreed personal terms with the Serie A giants. Milan will invest circa €25-30m to secure his signature in the summer.
According to Calciomercato, AC Milan views Liverpool ace Divock Origi as a target for the coming summer transfer window. The Belgian international is set to be out of contract with the Reds by that time. The club does possess the option of extending his contract should the 26-year-old make a certain number of appearances this season, but it looks highly unlikely that said criteria will be met before the end of the campaign.
Origi was approached by three Serie A clubs including the Rossoneri, in January. The Serie A giants are set to retain their interest in him. It is believed that the Belgian striker has also received offers from Premier League clubs but is enthused by the chance to join the San Siro outfit should they match his wage demands. Continue reading MILAN LINKED WITH MOVE FOR LIVERPOOL STRIKER
Even though the summer transfer window is not here yet, teams are already building up their plans ahead and are trying to ensure that they prepare a list of their transfer tatgets and potential signings in a bid to have a smooth summer transfer window. One of those teams is Italian Serie A giants AC Milan who are reportedly set to attempt to sign Torino striker Andrea Belotti.
Even though it continues to look highly unlikely that a deal would be happening anytime soon, Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have remained adamant that they still want to sign Manchester United star Diogo Dalot. The Portugal international right-back has continued to impress so far this season under current boss Ralf Ragnick and as his stock has continued to rise since the German manager took over at the club as he’s preferred the Portuguese star over Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Bissaka has seen his role at United quite limited and has played in less games so far this season, making Dalot the strong favorite to finish the season as the starting option in the right-back spot at Old Trafford. Dalot’s spell on loan at the San Siro some months ago earned him huge praise from Milan manager and a lot of affection from the fans of the club as well as he became a very important player for them before returning to United. However, it was immediately after his return to becoming a Manchester United player that Milan started to show interest in signing him permanently. Continue reading MILAN RETAIN INTEREST IN MAN UNITED STAR
Inter Milan won their first Serie A title in 11 years last season by snatching the title from the Turin giants Juventus. This term its city rivals Ac Milan that is seeking to go the wire with Inter Milan for the title. While Napoli has been convincing this season, injury to frontman Victor Osimhen has left the Naples team playing catch up.
It would be the first time in more than a decade that we would see Ac Milan battle their eternal rivals for the Serie A title. Inter currently sits first with a game in the head, and a point difference but if there’s ever a team that can catch this well-drilled Inter team then it has to be Ac Milan. The two teams would lock horns on the 6th of February in a match that could potentially determine where the league title would end. Continue reading AC MILAN BATTLES WITH ARCH-RIVALS
The Milan duo of AC Milan and Inter Milan are reportedly interested in Galatasaray defender Victor Nelsson who’s rated €25m. The interest of the two Milan clubs was revealed in today’s edition of Turkish newspaper Sporx. It was disclosed that Inter Milan and AC Milan are on the trail of the defender and that the former wants to make a bid for the player.
Turkish giants are open to the sale of Nelssonas revealed by the abovementioned publication as long as interested teams such as AC Milan and Italian champions Inter Milan meet their financial demands for the player as revealed earlier. Continue reading MILAN DUO KEEN ON €25M-RATED DEFENDER
AC Milan have been boosted with the return of Algerian midfielder Ismael Bennacer ahead of the Italian Serie A clash with newly promoted club Salernitana.
Milan boss Stefano Pioli gave an update on Bennacer in his latest press conference. According to him, the midfielder has recovered and he should be in the squad to face Salernitana. Bennacer miss the league outing with Genoa on Wednesday as he was struggling with labyrinthitis. Labyrinthitis is not a popular illness and it’s an inner ear problem that disturbs the balance of the individual affected. Labyrinthitis can lead to vertigo ordizziness thereby resulting in the individual feeling off balance and unsteady. Continue reading MILAN BOOSTED BY MIDFIELDER RETURN
Italian giants AC Milan have their sights set on three contract renewals before the end of this year according to the report from the stables of Italian media outlet Gazzettadello Sport (GdS). It was disclosed that AC Milan want to avoid a similar situation as the likes of GianlugiDonnaruma and HakanCalhanoglu who both ran down their contracts with the Rossoneri to join French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and city rivals Inter Milan respectively.
AC Milan are determined to solve the contract issues within their squad just like they did with Italian player Davide Calabria and more recently with Belgian international Alexis Saelamaekers and Danish centre back Simon Kjaer. Continue reading MILAN EYEING THREE CONTRACT RENEWALS
AC Milan are the new leaders in the Italian Serie A after their slim win over Torino at the San Siro on Tuesday night. The Rossonerineeded at least a draw to move above Napoli at the summit and they got more than the draw thanks to the 1-0 victory at home to the team from Turin.
Milan have shown that they mean business at the start of this Italian Serie A season after they were beaten to the league title by Antonio Conte and Inter Milan last season. Stefano Pioli and his players are determined to go one better than last season and they have started the new league campaign well to make this happen. Continue reading SERIE A: MILAN SECURE TOP SPOT