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    Milan consider offer for Rami, Van Ginkel to reject Milan

    Adil Rami in Milan’s trophy room (@Rami13officiel)

    ADIL RAMI could be on the move as the French Monaco have submitted an offer for him, while Marco Van Ginkel looks unlikely to arrive.

    Milan signed Rami last January on loan plus option from Valencia and this summer they bought him out for €4.25 million, which is lower than the initially agreed upon price and the player actually had to pay €0.5m from his own pocket.

    However, the Frenchman, who is considered by many the best center back in Filippo Inzaghi’s squad, could be leaving already. According to the Milan Channel, Milan have received an offer from him today from Monaco and they are considering the offer. MC also states that other center backs received offers but the players rejected the approaches of the different clubs. (continue reading…)

    Poli: “Milan want to win against Lazio, we’re a tough team”

    ANDREA POLI has said Milan need to win over the fans as the Rossoneri prepare for the first match of the season.

    The Milan fans are deep in the transfer market as the Rossoneri are trying to sign a midfielder and a forward this summer but the Serie A season starts in just 4 days for the red and blacks when they play Lazio at Stadio San Siro (18:00 CET).

    The team would’ve liked to see a full San Siro on Sunday but that’s unlikely to happen as just €16k season-tickets have been sold so far. Milan didn’t really impress in pre-season but midfielder Andrea Poli wants to start off the season well. (continue reading…)

    Milan to sign Biabiany from Parma if no striker arrives?

    The squad in training (@acmilan.com)

    JONATHAN BIABIANY could join Milan if the Rossoneri’s striker pursue fails, it’s reported.

    Milan are looking to sign a striker to replace the now-Liverpool-man Mario Balotelli but it’s not easy for them as they are strictly looking to get a central striker on loan. Liverpool and Tottenham refuse to let Fabio Borini and Roberto Soldado leave on loan while the Rossoneri do not appear 100% convinced by Fulham’s Konstantinos Mitroglou and are unlikely to make a move.

    This leaves Milan with Fernando Torres for the #9 shirt but the player is demanding huge wages on top of a contract for 2-3 years while Milan only want to take him on loan from Chelsea and pay him €3m at most. Talks continue but are difficult. (continue reading…)

    Report: Milan reach an agreement with Chelsea over Van Ginkel

    MARCO VAN GINKEL will join Milan on loan from Chelsea if he wants to but they will be no buy-out clause in the deal.

    Milan have been searching for a midfielder to add depth and quality to the squad of Filippo Inzaghi. The Rossoneri are light in this department as Keisuke Honda is viewed as a forward and Riccardo Montolivo is out of action until December.

    The first option of Milan was to sign Adrien Rabiot from Paris Saint-Germain but with the French side asking for nearly €20m for a 19-year-old whose contract expires next year, they turned their intention to the cheaper Marco Van Ginkel. (continue reading…)

    Liverpool, Spurs reject Milan’s loan moves for Borini, Soldado

    The Milan starting XI against Valencia (@acmilan.com)

    FABIO BORINI and Roberto Soldado won’t leave their clubs on loan according to reports.

    Milan are looking for a striker and yesterday the Milan Channel announced that the Rossoneri have narrowed down the list of possible strikers and it now includes Chelsea’s Fernando Torres, Liverpool’s Fabio Borini, Tottenham’s Roberto Soldado and Fulham’s Konstantinos Mitroglou.

    The Diavolo sold Mario Balotelli for €20 million but as suggested by il Corriere della Sera, not all of the money will be reinvested in the market and will instead to be used to cover the deficit created by the Milan’s Champions League absence. The intention is to sign a striker on a loan deal but that seems to complicate the things for Milan. (continue reading…)

    Galliani: “Torres is a great striker, Van Ginkel is possible”

    ADRIANO GALLIANI has spoken about the transfer market, saying Milan are interested in Torres and Van Ginkel.

    The last days of the transfer market are known in Italy as ‘Galliani Zone’ as the Vice President likes striking deals in late August. This year is no different and the Rossoneri are trying to get a striker and a midfielder before the mercato ends.

    Milan sold Mario Balotelli to Liverpool for €20m and the last days have been all about finding a replacement and today it was announced that Fernando Torres, Roberto Soldado, Fabio Borini and Konstantinos Mitroglou have made the final cut. (continue reading…)

    Zaccheroni: “Honda will do well this year, he can lead others”

    Keisuke Honda with the Trofeo TIM player of the tournament award (@acmilan.com)

    ALBERTO ZACCHERONI has faith in Honda but believes Keisuke is better behind the strikers.

    Honda did not impress last season after making his move from CSKA Moscow in January but he looked very comfortable last Saturday in the Trofeo TIM and he also won the Player of the Tournament Award thanks to his two very good performances in the 45-minute games against Juventus (he scored the only goal) and against Sassuolo (he assisted El Shaarawy’s goal).

    The 1999 Milan Scudetto winner, Alberto Zaccheroni, was one of the people that recommended Honda to Milan. Zaccheroni was the coach of the Japan national team which Honda leads (he resigned after the World Cup) and he thinks Keisuke can do well this season. (continue reading…)

    Torres, Borini, Soldado and Mitroglou on Milan’s shortlist

    MILAN HAVE narrowed the list of strikers down and Torres, Borini, Soldado and Mitroglou are on the final draft.

    Adriano Galliani has spent the last days on the phone trying to find a replacement for Mario Balotelli, who has been sold to Liverpool for €20 million and many players have been linked with Milan and offered to them by their agents and clubs.

    But the Rossoneri have finally narrowed down their list. Despite the money coming in from the Balo sale, it doesn’t seem like Milan have a lot of it to spend (they owe Man City €13m) and the final shortlist doesn’t really ‘make you dream’. (continue reading…)

    Torino’s Cairo: “Milan want Cerci? I can’t wait forever”

    The Milan squad in training earlier this summer (@acmilan.com)

    ALESSIO CERCI will most likely not wear the Rossoneri colours in the 2014/15 season.

    Milan were negotiating for Alessio Cerci with Torino this summer but their plans changed after the Trofeo TIM and after the sale of Mario Balotelli and it appears that Torino President Urbano Cairo has waited enough for Adriano Galliani.

    Van Ginkel likely to arrive on loan, Milan push for Lestienne
    Official: Vilà joins Eibar on a one-year loan deal

    “I saw Galliani last Tuesday and I knew he was negotiating the sale of Balotelli. When we greeted we thought that we would meet again but it’s clear that I can’t wait forever,” Cairo told La Stampa. (continue reading…)

    Van Ginkel likely to arrive on loan, Milan push for Lestienne

    MARCO VAN GINKEL and Maxime Lestienne could join Milan on loan as the Rossoneri are seeing for reinforcements.

    The sale of Mario Balotelli changed the Milan market. The Rossoneri are looking for a replacement for the now Liverpool striker and are also interested in adding a midfielder & according to the Italian media, a right winger is still in demand.

    Despite selling Balotelli for €20 million, money is not exactly something Milan have to spend in this market and they are still searching for low-cost solutions and loans and it seems that Maxime Lestienne could be the guy for Filippo Inzaghi. (continue reading…)

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