Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have decided that they are willing to go all out and exhaust all their existing attempts to try and sign Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot. The exciting right-back spent the whole of last season on loan at the San Siro where he impressed with his excellent displays for the Italian giants and they have indicated that they want to continue the partnership with him again. Sometime last season, United manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær insisted that the Portuguese defender would be returning to Old Trafford after his loan spell with the Rossoneri and that he has a place in the team, but Milan seem to have something else in mind.
According to several reports, Milan have approached the Red Devils on more than one occasion and have asked if they could take the defender for another season on loan (if they can not sign him on a permanent deal). However, United have been turning down those offers and continue to insist that Dalot is not going anywhere and will remain at the Theater of Dreams starting from next season. Continue reading MILAN WILL NOT GIVE UP ON UNITED DEFENDER
English Premier League giants Manchester United have continued to prove that they are highly interested in the idea of keeping Portuguese defender Diogo Dalot after swiftly rejecting an opening offer from Italian Serie A giants AC Milan. The Red Devils have expressed their intention to keep the defender through manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær after the Norwegian boss reiterated that the club are not willing to part ways with Dalot.
After spending the entirety of the past season with Milan, Dalot returned to Old Trafford and has since been linked with another transfer to the Rossoneri sometime in the future. During his loan spell in Italy, the 22-year-old full-back was already attracting serious interest from the Milan club and they started negotiations with United about securing a permanent transfer for the player. Continue reading UNITED REJECT AC MILAN’S OPENING BID FOR DALOT
Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have ended their wait for UEFA Champions League qualification after tight long years following their top-four finish at the end of the just-concluded season. The Rossoneri had failed to qualify for the top European competition since the last time they did so back in 2013 but they have confirmed that they will be competing among the best clubs in Europe next season and they will also try to have a shot at winning the title as well.
Milan started the season quite on the front foot and were looking like the team to seal the Serie A title following their impressive results at the very beginning of the 2020-21 season. However, they dropped form during the mid-season and started dropping precious points as well, handing their bitter City rivals, Inter Milan the upper hand to go ahead of them in the league table. Continue reading MILAN QUALIFY FOR CHAMPIONS LEAGUE AFTER 8 YEARS
AC Milan midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu is reportedly ready to sit down with the club and engage in crunch contract talks amid reports that he could be heading for the exit at the club this summer. The Turkish midfielder, whose contract at Milan is set to expire on the 30th of June has not signed a new contract extension and talks have continued to make the rounds that he could finally cut ties with the Milan-based club in the summer.
Reports coming from Italy are suggesting that Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have begun talks with English Premier League side Chelsea for the potential permanent transfer of their defender Fikayo Tomori when the summer transfer window opens for business in the summer, it has been confirmed. Tomori, a young, vibrant defensive star left Stamford Bridge and signed for Milan on loan last summer in a bid to revive his dying career, and it has been working out fine for him.
He has become a major starter for the Italian club and is also one of their most important players this term. The defender had to leave Chelsea as he could not compete with the likes of Andreas Christiansen, Thiago Silva, Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta, and Kurt Zouma for a starting spot at the heart of the Chelsea defense, meaning he had to engineer a temporary exit that would give him more time on the pitch. Continue reading MILAN OPEN DEFENDER TALKS WITH CHELSEA
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