Carlos Bacca admits he was “going through a difficult time” and hopes he has broken through with his brace as Milan beat Chievo 3-1.
Carlos Bacca scored two and missed a penalty as Milan saw off Chievo 3-1, but the referee awarded two very dubious spot-kicks.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi told fans “not to worry” about the postponed closing. “The investors handed over considerable sums to prove their intentions are serious.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s three Serie A games, starting with Roma-Napoli showdown for second place, Zdenek Zeman’s Pescara at Sampdoria and Milan-Chievo.
Milan director of sport Rocco Maiorino is not too concerned by the delays in a Chinese takeover. “We’re waiting for communication from Fininvest.”
Davide Calabria knows the pressure is on Milan against Chievo and ignores the uncertainty in the club takeover.
Milan have Alessio Romagnoli back in the starting XI with Carlos Bacca and Gerard Deulofeu as Chievo try to end their San Siro taboo.
Dario Dainelli hopes luck is on Chievo’s side this evening as they face Milan at San Siro.
Chievo try to end their Milan taboo this evening and Rolando Maran is “incredibly proud” to reach his 100th game as their Coach.
The Milan takeover by Sino-Europe Sports could be abandoned and Silvio Berlusconi keep the €200m, but financial analysts have “never seen anything like it.”
The latest reports suggest Sino-Europe Sports won’t be granted an extension for their Milan takeover, but a new deal could be struck.
Alessio Romagnoli has returned to the Milan squad for the visit of Chievo on Saturday night.
A statement from Sino-Europe Sports insists the company is still “strongly committed” to buying Milan.
Milan are reportedly likely to pull the plug on Sino-Europe Sports’ proposed takeover as the consortium appears to be bereft of funds.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella believes that striker Carlos Bacca 'has reached a turning point' in his season.
Vincenzo Montella says there must be 'no excuses' for the team, after a Milan takeover was delayed yet again.
Milan Vice President Adriano Galliani confirms that there will be no closing of the takeover with Sino-Europe Sports today.
Friday’s shareholder’s meeting will be decisive for the Milan sale to Chinese investors, but there are reports Silvio Berlusconi could pull the plug.
Suso admires Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella, tries to ignore the takeover problems and admits he’s open to a new contract.
Milan director of sport Rocco Maiorino admits “tomorrow we’ll understand the future of the club and how to go forward, either us or the Chinese group.”