Suso had a 45-minute meeting with the management on Monday, the Spaniard is unhappy with his situation

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Suso before Milan-Udinese at Stadio San Siro on January 19, 2020. (@acmilan.com)

Suso was at Casa Milan today to understand his options for the future; Sevilla are reportedly interested in him.

In the last three games of Milan, Suso played just 30 minutes – coming on as a substitute in the Coppa win over SPAL.

Coincidentally (or not), in these three games, the squad of Stefano Pioli found the back of the net 8 times.

After disappointing for the entire first half of the season, Suso lost his place in the starting XI to Samu Castillejo. The 26-year-old, who joined Milan from Liverpool in January 2015, today had a meeting with the management in Casa Milan to understand to take stock of his situation.

As reported by Milannews.it, the meeting lasted 45 minutes. Suso is unhappy with his current situation and therefore a transfer could be on the cards. There are 11 days to go until the end of the transfer market. Nicolò Schira of La Gazzetta dello Sport reports Sevilla’s Monchi is the most interested in the player and contacts are ongoing with the entourage of Suso.

The Spaniard is represented by Mino Raiola. In addition to Sevilla, there have also been rumours about Valencia and a possible exchange with Roma for Cengiz Ünder. Updates are expected.

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@Mattorlandomusic
@Mattorlandomusic
6 months ago

Illlll take it! By take it I mean literally anything to get rid of suso, a player, money, a sandwich, anything!

anom
anom
6 months ago

Even a trained monkey would be better than him. Plus much cheaper. 🙂

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

if milan is gonna arrange a swap deal with roma then it should be for spinazzola or cristante. under is fairly fast (compared to suso) AND technical, an upgrade from suso but if roma value him at 50m then just forget about it; no way he’s worth 50m. that kind of money could buy valverde, ceballos or van de beek. i watched genoa – roma and spinazzola was everywhere. for a while he even played as lw, poising much more threat than kluivert jr with his dangerous crosses and overlaps. with spinazzola milan could have a better rb than conti/calamitybria,… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Wouldnt mind seeing christante back but if we are to swap players with roma considering zaniolo is both injured and highly unlikely to feature in any sort of swap deals regardless of fit or not id say we should add a bit of cash and see if we can strike a deal on Lorenzo Pellegrini if he can be persuaded to move in our direction. If that isnt a feasible option it should be straight cash going down our pockets and if only possible over two transfer windows then they can pay us 30 split up instead of the 25… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

i said last season milan should get pellegrini because he could’ve been better attacking cm than kessie in 4-3-3 formation. hell, i use pellegrini – cristante – fabian ruiz/vlasic as mf combo on my pes mobile game but let me tell u mate that theres absolutely zero chance roma would let their young gems like pellegrini and zaniolo leave now, unless for top dollar (as in >60m). especially not now that zaniolo is out for the rest of the season. 25m is fair price for suso but i dont think any team would entertain milan so i think swap deal… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

He still has a 30 mil release clause so if we can afford that and he actually would have an interest in leaving for us it could be done one way or the other. Unlikely yes but not impossible. i see no poiint in bringing in spinazzola to play him on the right side when his preferred side is the left one. For what i care we can throw in either kessie or krunic on top of a suso swap with them, atleast if it was to bring in pellegrini.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

if milan can cough up 30m or just offer swap + money for pellegrini then sure it’ll be a very good deal but it means milan should go back to 4-3-3 or try 4-2-3-1 or 4-3-1-2 to accomodate him. i’d rather get olmo who can actually play as side mf.
regarding spinazzola, he plays as rb and milan’s main weakness are rb and dm so i dont see why milan shouldnt get quality player, an italy regular, like him. i mean, conte wants him and if milan want to win then they need to think like him

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

4-3-1-2 is pretty much just an attacking 4-4-2 formation to begin with but i see no issues in using pellegrini in an ordinary 4-4-2 formation either as he is both versatile and a two footed player that would slot right in.
Im not saying that spinazzola cant play on the right side but his preferred side is the left nevertheless.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

nope, pellegrini is classic italian cam; good technique, vision and passing but relatively slow. he’d be suso 2.0 playing as side mf. zaniolo or ceballos can play as side mf but not pellegrini or fabian ruiz. if milan use 4-3-1-2 then surely there wouldnt be place for samu or rebic on the flanks. paqueta/bennacer and bona should be mezz’ali, definitely not rebic and samu which would be a shame because the latter are so in the zone right now. regarding spinazzola, he actually played as rb last night vs genoa, like he did several times for azzurri in euro qf… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

He is a cm with both offensive and defensive qualities so he would work well in in a 4-4-2.

I didnt say he couldnt i just said his preferred position is left back anyways with two rb’s i do believe it would make more sense to either outright sell suso or trade him for a better option for the squad.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

ah so pellegrini as competition for bennacer as cm? that could work. not as dm or rm though. but u know what would definitely work though? de paul. he was awesome as cm and rm simultaneously vs milan last weekend; great through balls, good vision, crossing stamina and hustling, hell even good defending. he’d be perfect for milan mf, like boban 2.0. yes milan have 2 rb but conti is only good at attacking and calabria is well, uh, yeah. believe it or not, actually maldini even thinks same way and thus he’s working on getting some 18m rated english… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Well i’ll deffently welcome de paul with open arms if he was to join us and im sure he would be a great addition to the squad. Well first of all i assume you are talking about hickey but he is actually a scottish left back who can play in both sides and mid as well. Im not saying that calabria wont leave but regardless of how people doesnt allways like his style of play he has actually been amongst the best rb’s in serie a according to stats in previous seasons, certainly not this year though. I think the… Read more »

Jhawa
Jhawa
6 months ago

Milan is basicly 2-4-6 when attacking. Both wingers push up. Both wingbacks push up.

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

50M for Lo Celso, I dream about Bennacer, Lo Celso and Modric.

Jhawa
Jhawa
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Milan need pace… thats modern football.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

“ As reported by Milannews.it, the meeting lasted 45 minutes.“ was that with or without injury time though? did it include live reporting from the one and only tiziano crudelli?

nick
nick
6 months ago

Milan have a few areas to address. RB – Conti and Calabria not good enough to start. Sell Calabria and sign a new RB. CB still an issue. Lasagna burned Kjaer for pace a few times.Still Need someone to partner Romagnoli. DM- Kessie not good enough to cover the back 4 and occasionally gets caught out of position when Bennacer pushes forward. LB – need someone to replace RicRod. Maybe Mitchell Dijks? LW-Personally speaking Çalhanoğlu has to go and I’m on the fence about renewing Bonaventura contract. He doesn’t seem to fit well in the 442 formation. Use Leao instead… Read more »

Ashraf
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Nick not piantek leao and rebic upfront is the best i agree with u ibra is slow and doesn’t support the team to win the ball back

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

@Ashraf….Totally agree. Ibra was very slow and static and he lost possession that started a counter attack that could caused Udinese to score. Luckily Donnarumma made an amazing save.

Gab
Gab
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

Ibra is slow but controls the ball and think better than Pietek

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Gab

Did you see Piatek and Rebić play against SPAL?

Jhawa
Jhawa
6 months ago
Reply to  Ashraf

Ibra is there for 6months and will retire. There is a life after Ibra. Piatek is very good for his age.
All strikers have droughts. Milan wont find anything good witht the 30m they get by selling him.

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Jhawa

Exactly Jhawa!

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Too early to judge kjær as the team generally played horrible for large parts of the match and besides of that was left vulnerable in some situations becqause some of our players didnt pass in right time which then caused counter attacks. Give him a few more games to prove himself as they need to get accustomed playing with eachother in the backline.

Leao and theo on the left flank will make it an open freeway out there as neither do amazing deffensively so doubt that will actually work well for us atleast when we are in the deffensive phase.

nick
nick
6 months ago

@Martin Bernhard… Totally disagree about Leao and Theo Hernandez playing on the left because that’s exactly what happened when Rebic came on at half time for Bonaventura. Leao played LW with Rebic playing more central. Leao made some very good crosses and our left side was very solid. Hernandez is not good defending one on ones like Conti but that has nothing to do with Leao at LW. Ibra is too static and he lost possession that lead to a counter attack by Udinese. Lasagna burned Kjaer for pace and nearly scored but thanks to Donnarumma’s brilliant save we didn’t… Read more »

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

As i said in the defensive phase because offensively they do make a good pair problem is exactly that theo is way better while we attack but not really a remarkable player when defending and having both of those players in that side will infact make us vulnerable when we have to defend atleast in a 4-4-2 formation. I respect ypur opinion though and in a 4-3-3 formation i have no issues playing leao on the left side. I also previously wanted us to play with a trident of leao-piatek-rebic when using that formation but fielding leao as a left… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago

Defensively, Leao recovered balls from Udinese players as he was dropping back sometimes deep to kick start a few counterattacks on the wing. He did the opposite of what you’re saying in the game.

So I’m not sure why you believe that having Leao and Hernandez on the left will make us vulnerable when Leao proved against Udinese that he is not afraid to do his defensive duties which he did brilliantly a few times when he carried the ball from deep in our half and started a counterattack.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Well i have no problem in being proven wrong and hope you are right but i just doesnt see that working in the long run and franky we could just as well have lost sunday but got lucky in several situations where we usually would have conceeded. To add to that it was against udinese but lets see what happens when we meet stronger oppositions that is where the real test is,

Rossi
Rossi
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Lasanga is in fact a very good sprinter, unless we can sign Upamecano, than its likley most of the CB’s in general will lose in sprints with Lasagna, so i dont blame Kjaer. Our biggest focus should be a new DM at the momment everything else is more or less balanced, we cant have everything perfect. As for Ibra he does a lot in the build up with the winning of all those high balls and holding the ball so the wingers can get in better positions, he is very useful but obviously cant last for full 90mins any more.… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Rossi

@Rossi…The Ibra effect on the pitch is a bit exaggerated especially in our 442 formation. Sigh. “Please read this carefully: If Milan was playing 433 and using 1 striker than it would make sense to play Ibra. But my takeaway from the game against SPAL and Udinese is that Rebic and Piatek are devastating when they play together and they played well off of each other which created a lot of chance for both them in the game against SPAL. If they were both more clinical they could have easily scored a hat-trick between them. Again, we are no longer… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Rossi

Agree most parts but not the “keep Calha as a backup for LW”. Bonaventura yes (maybe?) Calhanoglu no.

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago
Reply to  Rossi

Calm and smart you are.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

oh come on mate, why u did ibra dirty like that? this ibra isnt going to be ss or even lw like his younger self. hell, even cr7 looks way less dynamic than before. u cant beat time and gravity as they always win u know. ibra plays as post player now; a tall player standing with his back to goal who acts as pivot point for milan defenders, fullbacks and side mf to pass the ball to. he’ll win aerial duels and lay the ball off to overlapping teammates to score, case in point: krunic chance near the end… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

@Milan10…My friend don’t be short sighted about Ibra. The future is Rebić and Piatek with Leao and Castellijo on the flanks. Ibra should be used as a super sub not a starter. Pioli and Milan management need to be smart. We invested 35m in Piatek and Leao. They need to play regularly. It’s a bad investment to have 35m Piatek on the bench for a 38yr Ibra who is closer to retirement. The 433 formation and team selection failed Piatek. The entire team was poor in scoring goals and creating chances. That was a coaching defect. Pioli is to be… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

like i’ve been saying this whole season, yes piatek should stay as piatek – leao combo IS they future classic poacher – fast ss combo of milan but we’re talking about now here and now ibra is the boss. like i said, he plays as post player and he does it quite well, and piatek cant do it. if piatek plays then castillejo, rebic and leao will just be busy feeding him the ball instead of attacking empty spaces and receiving the ball ibra provides. 2 wins and 1 draw is prove enough that his impact is immense. yes he… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Against SPAL only Leao wasn’t playing on the pitch with Castillejo, Piatek and Rebić. Piatek dropped deep to get the ball and setup Castellijo who scored a beautiful goal. So, It can work with all 4 of them and we would definitely create and score more goals. Ibrahimovic is not the same player who won the scudetto with Milan and as much as I like having him in the team we should not be building our team gameplan around a 38yr old striker. We should do that with Piatek. Why? Because he’s younger and he will have a greater impact… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

preparing for the future is important, yes but whats more important is to qualify for el or even ucl because milan’s whole existence depends on that, especially regarding the match and broadcasting fees that will help milan greatly. and ibra guarantees results. madrid have a lot of future attacking talents like jovic, vinicius, asensio etc but zidane knows better than to play young team ahead of old but experienced modric, benzema or bale who guarantee results. he only plays young talents sporadically and often as supersubs. hell, even reinier will have to play with madrid b. why should milan be… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

“preparing for the future is important, yes but whats more important is to qualify for el or even ucl because milan’s whole existence depends on that, especially regarding the match and broadcasting fees that will help milan greatly. and ibra guarantees results.” Agree 100%! Piatek and co. have no future in the club unless Milan qualify for the UCL. That’s a fact. You can count on Romagnoli and Donnarumma leaving too if Milan won’t be playing in the Europe next season. Milan cannot afford to have another year zero with building the team for the next decade or something. Milan… Read more »

Gab
Gab
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

Very true

Gab
Gab
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

You seem to like Piatek very much. But you must understand that its not all about running and being quick but thinking. Before Ibra came Piatek was becoming so useless every match. Dont tell me that the system was not favorable to him because I think a good player does not need half of a season to adapt a bad system. So let him enjoy the bench and learn then he can play better like he did against Spal.

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Gab

Ibra played his first game with Milan in a 433 formation and we couldn’t score or create chances but yet you guys believe that Milan lack of goals was because of Piatek?

No, it was because of Pioli stupid decision to continue with playing a formation and underperforming players that wasn’t working.

Piatek is a top striker who was not being used in the right way.

Higuain situation was the same at Milan. He couldn’t score goals because of players around him like Çalhanoğlu and Suso and because the team is not have the right players to play 433.

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

nick, hard to disagree with you. So many (even good, proven) strikers have been in Milan since Ibra left to PSG and no one has managed to score continuously. I’ve always blamed the poor service (and the formation) and I still do. 4-3-3 with the players Milan have had the last 10 years just didn’t/doesn’t work. Period.

Piatek would continue to score if given a role in 4-4-2 with creative players in the midfield. And I think it would be really interesting to see Ibra-Piatek in 4-4-2 together.

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

@anom…Exactly. All of the strikers including Higuain and Ibrahimovic couldn’t score in our 433 formation so the problem was not Piatek. Milan and Pioli must have the vision to use Ibrahimovic to guide Leao and Piatek not to replace either of them. Give Piatek the support and start him with Leao, Rebić and Castellijo. As the game progresses bring in Ibra around the 70min where he can do the most damage at his age. I don’t believe we are taking the right approach to grooming Leao and Piatek and it’s shocking that we are talking about youth when we are… Read more »

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

ibra didnt score vs samp but milan looked much more dangerous after he and leao came on at around 60’ min. anyone who saw the match would know that. had krunic buried that chance or had ibra and leao played from the start milan could’ve won, 4-3-3 or not. yes piatek is good but the truth is he missed 2 sitters vs spal (spal coach didnt even play their best 11 in that match btw) so why should he start ahead of ibra? does he have better finishing or positioning or ball control or vision or post playing or passing… Read more »

Alexmilan
Alexmilan
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Totally agreed ! There is no room for continuing with this argue, because even in his sleep, Ibra is far better at 38 than Piatek at 24 not sleeping !

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Alexmilan

correctamundo mate. ibra – leao/piatek should spearhead milan for the rest of this season

Alexmilan
Alexmilan
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

In this moment, Ibra can’t be Piatek’s substitution because he is miles away better even at 38 and Milan should save this season ! You told me that Ibra lost a ball and Udine had a great chance ? Are u kiddin’ me ? Piatek played 19 games and done nothing else than losing balls and wasted clear chances when he had ! Be calm, my friend, and try to understand the situation ! Ibra is not anymore Ibra at 29, but he has a fantastic finishing, he is a mountain of 1,95m and he had a lot of technique… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Alexmilan

Alexmilan….you are comparing apples to oranges. Ibra is 38yrs old with a vast amount of experience and he is a different type of striker compared to 24yr old Piatek. Clearly there is a difference between the two but my point is that we invested 35m in Piatek for us to leave him on the bench instead of getting the best out of him? Piatek was being used in a formation that wasn’t working and he was playing with underperforming players who weren’t delivering any assists or quality balls to him. Now that Pioli seems to have come to his senses… Read more »

Alexmilan
Alexmilan
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

I compare caviar with frog eggs ! In this moment, Milan needs Europe, even Europa league, because in Europe you win money, with Europe you become attractive for the players, sponsors, etc. They need to change the disastruous first half of the season, they needed a fan’s favourite, a player who can sell T-shirts and can bring an amount of imagine and enthusiasm and this was Ibrahimovic who is still a player able to make difference and being a leader in the team ! In this moment, doesn’t matter you invested in Piatek, Paqueta and others, all that matters are… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Sure Kjaer isn’t the fastest man alive but CBs don’t need to be fast if they read the game well enough. Some of the best ever CBs weren’t known for their pace (e.g. Nesta in his last years comes to mind) but still were world class. Not ready to judge Kjaer yet. I’ll give him a couple of more games before giving my verdict. Ibra may seem static but he moves a lot – and wisely. He also wins 95% of air duels and passes the ball 100x better than e.g. Piatek. He also knows how to protect the ball… Read more »

Milan653
Milan653
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Why do u love piatek
He’s good but not as good your making him out to be
I eventually want him back in the team but Ibra should stay for now as we are winning
As for leao and Theo on the same side
That’s just stupid considering leao doesn’t track back
U need to remember coming back once or twice against udiness doesnt mean much

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan653

Yes, I do because he’s a top striker. Quality strikers don’t come cheap and we should be grateful Leonardo signed for only 35m. The reason for Piatek’s lack of goals was because of the stupid decision by Pioli to use the 433 formation and underperforming players. That wasn’t working and he still used it and now you guys are talking like Piatek is not a good striker when higuain and Ibrahimović couldn’t score playing in our stupid 433 with Suso and Calhanoglu? You guys can’t that blind to see that losing Piatek would a big mistake. We must play him… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Not sure about playing him OVER Ibra but mostly agree with you. I’d prefer playing Piatek AND Ibra.

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

@anom…We have to play Piatek over Ibrahimović. Ibra is a short term solution and we should use him to help build up Leao and Piatek confidence on and off the pitch. We can’t replace Piatek with Ibrahimović because Ibra is just short term solution to help the team grow. It’s poor man management to put our faith in a player that will be retiring soon. Use Ibrahimovic to support our young lads grow. Ibra won’t be with us for long. Leao and Piatek will so we have to manage them effectively. Bring Ibra in the game around the 70min if… Read more »

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan653

I agree. I’ve said many times that piatek lacks everything a forward needs at the moment. He can’t score right now, he’s not fast and yet he doesn’t stay on the last defender. Weak in the air, has a bad touch. The list goes on. However all of these things except vexing faster can be worked on. But for now ibra has all of the above besides speed clearly. Piatek needs to take notes. Rebic needs to play every game. So does leao. I’d say try a 352 and use Theo and conti on the wings. Use leao, rebic as… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

Nathan, I remember when Piatek played at Genoa with Christian Kouame. I watched all of their games because I really like both players. I can tell you that Piatek is the real deal. He is lacking confidence but he is a really good striker. He plays better with another striker. That’s why he EXPLODED at Genoa. Why in the world were Milan managers forcing him to play as a lone striker when he isn’t that type of striker? And then blame him for failing to score with 2 underperforming players around him that only have 1 assist all season? SMDH… Read more »

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

Nick I hear ya but you gotta remember piatek was also new and defenders couldn’t figure him out. Now it’s too easy to mark him. The ball has to come to his feet bc he isn’t good in the air. His ball control is bad right now. Also he doesn’t have 1 v 1 skills or the quickness to leave an opponent even for a few sec. I do believe he’d do better with a partner but as a fellow forward for 25 yrs. I can tell you he needs a lot of improvement. Also at Genoa teams don’t sit… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

Nathan….Many people didn’t think Lukaku would be successful in Italy because of the defending in the EPL. Even CR7 is not scoring as much as he did in La Liga. That’s because Serie A is generally a league that is more “tactical” not necessarily better defenders but teams in Serie A play much tighter without conceding a lot of space. EPL and La Liga have better quality players including defenders compared to Serie A. Financially those two leagues are able to buy the best players in the world. Therefore, the difference in Serie A is the tactical approach to the… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

Ibra as a trequartista. Now that’s something I’d like to see! Problem solved. All three strikers can get enough minutes. 🙂

Though I’d prefer Leao as a winger since his scoring ability needs A LOT of work…

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

@anom…That’s exactly right and Leao primarily played as a LW when Rebić came on. This allowed Rebić to move freely making it impossible for defenders to mark him. Just imagine if Piatek was on the pitch against Udinese, he would have been able to make a lot runs off of Rebić movement which would allow our midfielders to find him with killer passes. That’s exactly what Bennacer did when Piatek scored the opening goal against SPAL. Rebić movement took SPAL defenders out of position allowing Piatek to find space as there was no SPAL defender that was marking him tightly… Read more »

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

@anom it’s worth a shot right. I think it would allow ibra to stay in the game longer as well since he doesn’t have to run as much. We could try it in a coppa match where losing wouldn’t cost us points. @nick. Piateks movement has dropped off even compared to when he first joined Milan. When he first joined I loved his movement. I’m 6’2” so the fact I finally saw a forward his size moving well made me happy. He’s not moving anywhere near to what he did before. Also the main reason he’s being benched is literally… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Nathan Graegin

@Nathan…his movement dropped because under Gattuso and Pioli the team was playing different in a 433 formation. Sigh. Under Gattuso the team played long balls over the top to him. Under Pioli the team is playing short passes into him or crossing the ball. It’s not rocket science brother. Gattuso and Pioli deploy the team differently even though they were both using a useless 433 formation. The only reason it worked for Gattuso was because Bakayoko was protecting the back 4. Piatek is moving more freely in a 442 formation and he is playing well off of Rebić and Castillejo… Read more »

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
6 months ago
Reply to  nick

@nick. Piatek needs to work on things before he gets to just start over ibra. And we def shouldn’t play 2 slow forwards together. I promise that will not work. You have to have 2 diff types in order to cause the defense problems. All piatek is is a poacher. Is that a bad thing? No. But when the team is struggling we need more from a cf. I’d rather him be involved in team goals with him not scoring, than for us to not score at all and have us look like we are a man down bc he… Read more »

dejan10
dejan10
6 months ago

Yep, that photo just about sums up his season. In other news… we want Maldini’s heir Antonee Robinson from the mighty Wigan as LB… and Gattuso defies everyone’s expectations by sinking Napoli after only five games in charge… Did not see that one coming.

Martin Bernhard
Martin Bernhard
6 months ago
Reply to  dejan10

Well just because a player is bought from a lowtier club doesnt mean he cant have talent or develope with us as ac milans managment propably realize no incomming leftbacks will take Theos spot as a starter so it does actually make some sense to buy someone not expenssive or a big profile we can still sell with a profit down the line. Lets see first if these rumours are correct but hearts Aaron Hickey has also been mentioned who is a 17 year old upcomming talent whom several premier league sides with liverpool amongst them also has been showing… Read more »

Rosored
Rosored
6 months ago

Good. fuck him! He can take that fucking Turkish with him too.

tcl00
tcl00
6 months ago

Unhappy??? Give me a break, you’re what you are because you played for Milan, once you’re shown the door, you’ll be forgotten like most of the players that have left Milan over the years into oblivion. Get this piece of trash out ASAP.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

in other news, real milanisti like rino, valoti and petagna still serve milan loyally. rino as 007 has been destroying napoli from the inside since his arrival, while valori and petagna destroyed little cuntdara’s atalanta last night. semper fi

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Milan should start sending their crappy ones (Calha, Suso etc.) to the TOP-5 teams for free to ruin their gameplans like they’re doing at Milan now. There’s a fault in my plan though… No one would ever be allowed to go on the pitch cause there are dozens of better players ahead of them in the picking order. But hey, at least Borini scored in his debut! 😀

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

yeah, its been a good week for milanisti at heart. btw, gabriel make whoscored serie a team of the week alongside conti and theo (and acerbi). i told u he’s good gk not too long ago and that milan should get him back didnt i?

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

I think it’s more “the other goalies had a terrible week and none played well” than “Maaan, that Gabriel is gooood”. 😉

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

oh come on mate. handanovic and donna had good week, the others i watched also had an ok-ish week. gabriel though, man, milan should definitely get him, de paul, tonali and spinazzola.
btw, u know football is crazy when u realize the best gk around are now brazilians and best cb are dutch. i wouldnt’ve believed it 10-20 years ago

asy
asy
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

if i’m not mistaken, milan have signed brazil u23 goalkeeper, ivan quaresma from ponte preta. he’ll be arriving in july i think.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  asy

yeah i heard that too. maldini also signed a 17 yr old who’ll soon join primavera. cant wait to see them in action in near future

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

No matter how many game savers Gigio would have made, after that horrible, horrible mistake he would have never been chosen as the number 1 that week. 😀

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

which is why gabriel was better gk last week. i guess that means ur implying that u agree with me

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

I refuse to make such claims in public. 😀

anom
anom
6 months ago

Tells a lot about a player when once he’s dropped to bench he’s crying and wants to leave instead of fighting for his place in the starting eleven like a team player would do. Yep. Goodbye, Suso! We won’t be missing you. You should have left earlier so half of the season wouldn’t have been a waste. And please take your efficient pal Calhanoglu with you.

Raven
Raven
6 months ago

I’m unhappy because you feel like a #9 I’m unhappy about how irregular you are I’m unhappy because Milan gave you 4 seasons to develop I’m unhappy because just last season you started using your right foot I’m unhappy because you are not using your right foot anymore I’m unhappy because you push your luck way to much I’m unhappy because you lose your cool way too easy I’m unhappy because you have a very high wage I’m unhappy because out of 100 centers 95 ends on the defenders’ shin I’m unhappy because you think you’re bigger than Milan I… Read more »

OmarLittle
OmarLittle
6 months ago

Suso has become too comfortable and lazy best for both Milan and him if he leaves as soon as possible but sadly Milan’s reputation is almost completly ruined and that stops us from buying good replacements Olmo doesnt seem to want to join us and now we are going for that injury prone turk Under great just what Milan needs a new Calhanoglu

Gab
Gab
6 months ago

Conti was not guaranteed first spot in the beginning of the season and was even advised to go but he remained and chose to fight and look what is happening. We are starting to love him. Suso is benched for 2 games and already he is unhappy. Fuck him.

soheil balini
soheil balini
6 months ago
Reply to  Gab

Fuck suso. Conti is mediocre. we need top RB

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  soheil balini

Conti might be mediocre but at least he’s trying. And he’s still the best RB we got. You can’t say those things about Suso.

soheil balini
soheil balini
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

I didn’t compare them. just because someone is trying it doesn’t mean he deserves spot in the first team. We need top defenders. Our RB is one of our weakest positions this season.

Rossi
Rossi
6 months ago

Milan are looking at Marcos Lorente from Atletico for a new mid. I dont know much about this player but from higlights he seems fast and good at tackling, simmilar to Bennacer just taller. He will cost around 25 mil and is 25years old. In the meantime Juve is truing to secure Tonali for some 50mil.

Milanellofm
Milanellofm
6 months ago

I hope we can offload suso and bring in somebody with worth to this team. I think piatek should stay and form a partnership with leao and rebic. One thing about this 4 4 2 with castillejo rebic and leao is that we’re adding a great amount of pace and we are much more direct to goal so piatek could certainly do well. It’s quite amazing that we were a team with slow starters playing a 4 3 3 to now having some fast players in a 4 4 2. Pace strength and skill goes a long way in serie… Read more »

nick
nick
6 months ago
Reply to  Milanellofm

@ Milanellofm…..EXACTLY mate. That’s exactly my point and I don’t understand why most of us can’t see that.

We are more quicker on the counterattack as well with those 4 players. We would have no problems scoring for fun. Goals would come from all of them.

Emmy Apache
6 months ago

But I thought our management said they will get experience players for January? Oh they are relying on this few victory? Lol it’s very funny what’s going to be said when we start losing

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  Emmy Apache

ibra, kjaer and begovic say hi.
do u really miss rino and giampaolo so much that ur actually eager to see “what’s going to be said when we start losing”? c’mon mate. just enjoy the ride

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

When’s the last time we won 3 in a row? 2011? 😀 At least I’m enjoying this ATM. Can’t remember when I was this happy after 3 consecutive Milan matches…

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago
Reply to  anom

3 wins and 3 clean sheets after that colossal shitstorm in bergamo; that takes tenacity and good mentality. im so happy for the players and pioli and hope they can finish top 4 or at least top 6

Donadoni
Donadoni
6 months ago

What a window if we manage to get rid of him. I seriously cannot think of a more overrated player who has somehow, mythically managed to become a ‘star’ and so unable to be dropped. We managed to build the team and play around, quite frankly, an average one-trick pony who the league has managed to figure out, and we wonder why we have struggled. The formation change (loooong overdue) and his sudden dropping results in us actually scoring some goals. As is very well put here. A coincidence? I think not.

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago

Inter is doin Juve deals. We should look at more hungry experienced players for loans and for free. Just so We get the Young winners around them and a bench. And this is kind of hard to say but try to play Gabbia and show how good he is and give him and money to brecia for Tonali Its a better deal for both at the end. Keep Suso unless he wants to go. Build a good place and trust for the players and stop spoling them Gattuso has his flaws but he Dont spoil them as Ibra wont either.… Read more »

whereisthespirit
whereisthespirit
6 months ago

suso for bakayoko.

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago

Damn thats a good idea!!

Hafeez
Hafeez
6 months ago

Imagine, so he wants to leave instead of fighting for his place?
castilejo over him then till he leaves.

Milan10
Milan10
6 months ago

apparently there was a meeting between milan and jimenez, agent of de paul and correa. now thats what im talking about. about freaking time milan pull a milan10ian deal for once. i mean, schalke, goddammit, did it with todibo, 50m buy back clause and all

Franco6
Franco6
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Don’t know much about Correa, but I would take De Paul in a heartbeat!

Nästa
Nästa
6 months ago
Reply to  Milan10

Fuck yeah!
Dont care if We get players on loan even. Look at Rebic! I truly hopar he stays and we can maybe get Jovic on loan. Every top team needs a good ”Itc h”
Instead of uneasy gamble signings We should try to get good loans to get to Champions. De Paul is one of the players that i can se wants to step it up and be important

Franco6
Franco6
6 months ago

As for the weekends match against Udinese, that’s the first time for a LOOOOOOONG time that I have watched our full match live and then watched the highlights 🙂

Hopefully we can offload Suso quickly in this transfer window, his time with us is done. We got him for free so any money/player is good

stuball78
stuball78
6 months ago

Here’s a nice positive thought.. If we beat Brescia which we should, and Parma lose to Udinese And Cagliari should lose to Inter… we’ll be in european places on a good run ! Forza Milano !

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  stuball78

Let’s hope Castillejo, Hernandez, Donnarumma, Ibra and Bennacer stay healthy and that might happen. I’m not hyped, the performance of the team doesn’t motivate at all. But I’m confident about the quality of the squad. Pioli is not doing a bad job at all, the team is improving. Milan shouldn’t drop points against anyone but Juve and Atalanta who are our kryptonite. Milan has the quality, they lacked personality, I hope Ibra can fix that issue. FFP doesn’t allow it, but a champion with strong character is needed. I’m thinking of Callejon a lot lately, he would be a nice… Read more »

Raven
Raven
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

Doing more research, Callejon contract with Napoli expires on 30.06.2020. Right now his value is around €18.00m. Perhaps Napoli would’ve sell him at discount if they had seen the risk of losing him for free next season. A guy like him is needed right now, Castillejo is a bench player who is performing, yes, but against top teams his quality will be seen. He would make a killer sub though, his stamina and speed is very good, could be very effective against a tired defense. Milan is too polite when doing business, it seems after Montolivo’s steal the management got… Read more »

anom
anom
6 months ago
Reply to  Raven

Well… Let’s see how smart that Pioli guy really is. I fear he will put Calhanoglu back in the starting 11 to ruin the promising run. Hopefully he realizes before the halftime that the Turkish needs to be on the bench and not on the pitch.

TheTruthSeeker
TheTruthSeeker
6 months ago

Looks like milan lost out on olmo. They don’t have even £30M to spend on him unless someone leaves but it will be too late by then.

why can’t the owner just give us an extra £30M to spend on this guy before he is gone.

We will probably end up singing janazaj who is absolutely garbage. I would love bruno fernandes. Man I wish milan were rich

Nathan Graegin
Nathan Graegin
6 months ago
Reply to  TheTruthSeeker

Not just him, politano as well. Idt Milan are serious about getting real improvements for the team. There are players like olmo, politano, Werner, draxler etc that are all available for 30-35 and yet we just stalk and stalk and stall. I bet we either end up with a panic buy of some player that’s really just a bench player but slightly better than what we have, or buy no one at all

Valo12
Valo12
6 months ago
Reply to  TheTruthSeeker

Same story all over again. It’s been a while that we are linked with a lot of good players, but never seal the “love deal”. I tend to believe that if a link is on the news, it is not going to happen. It is more beliveable that way.

Jhawa
Jhawa
6 months ago

Unhappy??? WTF… Dude start preforming. Half seasson you cant assist, cant score, cant beat any deffender in serieA. Fight for your spot. OFC you are dropped to the bench.

Milanellofm
Milanellofm
6 months ago

First we lost out on todibo(didn’t care much) but now it looks like we’ve lost out on olmo too and to Leipzig. Why when it comes to spending money and there’s competition we always lose out?

Suso’s time is done here so sell him already and get somebody. We can’t wait much longer. Emre can is available and would be a great fit to bennacer. Step it up we need midfield reinforcements to really make a push

TheTruthSeeker
TheTruthSeeker
6 months ago
Reply to  Milanellofm

Seriously milan have become so financially weak we can even beat teams like wolves and lipzig. I think the owner dosnt want to spend because he sees milan as a buisness. I will actually get very annoyed if we lose out on his guy as well and what’s worse is the replacements are a thousand times worse it’s like… We can’t sinn olmo? Let’s go for janazaj(the flop that’s no where to be seen since united) my god its started to really annoy me it’s like theye are doing it on purpose. They want us to belive they are going… Read more »

manbee
manbee
6 months ago

suso is not a player that we just lost like that did u remember last season is our Best best player
let us keep him bcoz he can still delivered for us