Milan deny Allegri-Ibrahimovic rift

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ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC and Massimiliano Allegri are having no problems, Milan wish to clarify.

“I spent all Sunday evening with Ibra who has sworn his eternal love for Milan,” vice President Adriano Galliani said of Ibrahimovic. However, reports on Tuesday are suggesting Milan are set to sell the Swede.

According to ANSA, Coach Massimiliano Allegri and Adriano Galliani have told Silvio Berlusconi to consider selling the star striker as the player has been having many disagreements with Allegri this year.

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However, the Rossoneri have posted a denial on their official website, acmilan.com, which reads: “Milan through its communications department, has denied reports that there may be incompatibility ‘between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Coach Massimiliano Allegri because ‘it is totally without foundation and untrue.’

It is believed that if Milan will make a move for a star player they will have to sacrifice one of their stars. It is rumoured that Milan understand that this could be the only time they can cash in on Ibra given his age (30).

“I am lucky to have Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva,” Allegri said yesterday. However, it is well known that Ibracadabra and the former Cagliari Calcio boss have had their differences in the 2011/2012 season, most notably after the defeat to Arsenal 3-0 at the Emirates, after which Ibra wanted a calcification talk.

Galliani and Mino Raiola – Ibrahimovic’s agent – have made it clear Zlatan will stay. This brings back the memories from Barcelona – Ibra had a rift with Pep Guardiola which was denied at first, and then left.

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rossoneri_07
rossoneri_07
9 years ago

oh boy!!! IBRA MUST STAY !11! otherwise we are doomed to fail.

Anil
Anil
9 years ago

Ibra will go ..Tevez will come

Robinho will go …Ganso will come

lady gaga
9 years ago

And what if he depart from milan? Would that be the end of the club? NO! Take a good look @PiPPO/SHEVA/KAKA and co,they never had any disagreement with the coach{CARLOTI} or the board but they do have misunderstanding… Let’s remind ourselves bout what Nesta said lask Thursday during the press conference,he said “milan needs more serious professionals and ****.. Am not against @Ibra but my point is,@Milan need a serious professionals and it doesn’t exclude anystaffs or players… Now that most of milan #veterans are gone,we need players †̥ stand up for em and act more like em…this is our… Read more »

Macho Blake
Macho Blake
9 years ago

Now we have very hot topics to discuss. Who is the better guy ? Who is more important for Milan ? Who will buy him if he wants to Leave ? (Considering his age and his price tag) Who will be replaced if Allegri leaves ? There is no question that there is a problem with the coach and the players it happens in every club at every level but given the complaints from Ibra over his previous coach PEP and how he was sold to Barca and How he left when Juve were relegated to Serie B puts a… Read more »

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago

There is absolutely nothing to panic about.We all know Ibra well,he is a troublesome dude.The media are tryna capitalize on an already dead rift to make it seem like Ibra wants a way outta Milan or Milan wants to sell him off.

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago

Either ways,the media is determine to come out with false news to justify why Ibra is in the transfer news.

nick
nick
9 years ago

It was the media that said Ibra was having issues with Pep at Barca. Barca denied it but Ibra eventually left! There may be some truth to these rumors.

How often do we hear rumors in the media that turned out to be true?

Kaka, Sheva, Pato for sale? The club denies it but in the end what happen to Kaka and Sheva? They were eventually sold.

Milan was also willing to sell Pato had he not turned down PSG to stay at Milan!!!

Sorry to say but these rumors are possibly true!

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago
Reply to  nick

Yeah..they are true if you willing to buy into it.And seeing that,you want Ibra outta the team i do believe you’ve already taken it to be true.lol

Di Stefano
9 years ago

Ibra has to stay. I mean sure everybody knows that Allegri and Ibra got issues. But its highly important that Ibra stays. Galliani and the Milan fans would like it if he stayed too.

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago
Reply to  Di Stefano

Dude you spot on…we all want him to stay.

marc
marc
9 years ago

i hope he leaves to city…then we could get tevez …+ ibra and pato cant coexist…tevez and pato defenitely can…also ibra is 30 and his wages are extraordinary…this is our last chance to get some cash from him…city, real and liverpool are very interested

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago
Reply to  marc

Yeah right…great idea genius[sarcasm]. We should get rid of our star player,then what? Try out Pato and Tevez to see if there would be a good chemistry in our attack?………NOT

And even if Ibra is to go,would much rather want Balotelli as Ibra alternative not Tevez.

nick
nick
9 years ago

Balotelli has never scored 20 goals consistently per season, Tevez has on numerous occasions. Therefore Tevez is way more consistent and will offer more to Milan than Balotelli!!!

Tevez is the better option for Pato. Balotelli is just another arrogant Ibra without the goal tally to show for it!

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago
Reply to  nick

Dude don’t get carried away by someone past goal tally.Yes,if you woulda ask me a couple of months ago,I’d say lets bring Tevez over to Milan in a heartbeat.Seeing him play for Man city after a long lay-off,i couldn’t help but to think dude has lost his touch.He’s utterly crap. He had only one good match in like what?7 games or something i guess.If Milan is to forgo Ibra then we need someone just like him[pure striker]…we have enough dribbling skillful strikers[Robinho,Cassano,Pato,Shaaraway] to last us for 5 years.Balotelli talent and work ethic speaks volume on how good of a great… Read more »

David W. Drake
David W. Drake
9 years ago
Reply to  nick

I am not personally wild about either of them. I have read that Balotelli really wants to move to Milan. He is 22 and Tevez is 28. IF (a big IF) Balotelli can be motivated at Milan to straighten up off the field, he would be a monster.

I think the rumours about Ibra are just rumours. I believe that, with Ibra, Milan have all the strikers they need, and need to spend on defense and midfielders.

nick
nick
9 years ago

I would rather see Ibra go to be honest. I appreciate Ibra for his performance this season but I am not a fan. I would rather Milan cash in on Ibra now since this is statistically the best season of his career and invest that money in a player like Lucas Mora or Guiseppe Rossi. Since Milan lack creativity in the midfield, a striker that can create chances for players, someone similar to Cassano and Robinho will definitely make us more lethal, such as Lucas Mora, Rossi, or Tevez. It also seems the coaching staff is reluctant to sub Ibra… Read more »

Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
Spirited-Milan-Fanatic
9 years ago
Reply to  nick

Great…i love how y’all carry Pato on your back like he is some kinda golden egg.It’s time dude learn the hard way.If he want his way back into the team[which i believe he do]..he’s got to earn it.Hell,look at Shaaraway,he rarely plays but anything he gets a call from the coach…he show some signs of a first team player.Improvement i say if you ask me.

I know most you guys are scared for Pato cause he’s about to face some stiff competition in the team.But i guess that’s how it works in football…you climb your way up to the top.

Idmilanista
Idmilanista
9 years ago

I don’t want Ibra to go but if he does, we must replace him with a better player.

The money made from the transfer shouldn’t be what we hear after Kaka’s sale. (Story)

Ibra is 30, yeah! If he’s placed on transfer today, loads of Big Clubs will go for him.

donsky
donsky
9 years ago

I think this only an issuue boost by media. We must keep Ibra.For me, only Messi and Ronaldo better than him.

Calvano
Calvano
9 years ago

Who do you think is spreadin all this crap? It´s seems to be chaos , Ibra is leaving, Ibra is staying but Silva is going..WTF! We should sell Silvio, invest or sell, i bet there are a lot of suitors who would happily buy Milan and invest.

ICE
ICE
9 years ago

As a Milan fan, I seriously can’t believe what I’m reading!! FYI, I am not talking about the topic! this is the media’s “JOB” which is a job that I think is full of disgrace but people must make a living.. I am talking about the comments. You guys seriously consider selling Ibra after all what he’s done for Milan?? If it weren’t for him, Milan wouldn’t even have a chance for the 4th or 5th spot in Calcio!!! A player like Ibra must never leave Milan!! He should be kept until he retires and create a new MILAN LEGEND!!… Read more »

Machoblake
Machoblake
9 years ago

If a player like Ibra is so much loved by his fans for personal reasons it should sound bad for a club like Milan. It’s very well known that Ibra even after being more than 7 years in Europe hasn’t really been able to make his mark.He is not the kind of player we need, Firstly he isn’t great in Europe and secondly he is a JINX when it comes to CL. Milan management should make up their mind do they want to be Champions of Europe or just stick to Champion of Italy.

cyborg
cyborg
9 years ago

The fact that Ibra is carrying the team on his shoulders is what I am against. Because it makes us depedent on him like inter and they always failed miserably in the champs league where we all should admit by now that he cannot shine. Even under mourinho he still couldn’t make it in the CL. It is only after he left that inter were able to express themselves as a team and won the CL. He didn’t shine at barca because barca played as a team, they are built to play as a team not for a single player… Read more »