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Wednesday January 16 2019
Antonio Donnarumma to leave Milan?

Milan goalkeeper Antonio Donnarumma is reportedly close to joining Greek giants Olympiacos.

According to Sky Sport Italia, Olympiacos have gone back in for Donnarumma after pursuing him before his move back to Milan in the summer of 2017.

The 28-year-old made two appearances for the Rossoneri last season, notably helping them past Inter on penalties in the Coppa Italia.

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Saturday December 15 2018
Reina: 'Milan hit hard by Europa exit'

Pepe Reina concedes Milan are “wounded” by their Europa League exit to Olympiacos. “We weren’t determined enough to win it.”

The Rossoneri could afford to lose 1-0 or even 2-1, but capitulated 3-1 in Athens and crashed out at the group phase.

“We were really hit hard, wounded by that,” the goalkeeper told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday December 13 2018
Abate has Europa regrets

Ignazio Abate not only regrets the defeat to Olympiacos, but also that Milan were in this Europa League situation. “We had the quality.”

The Rossoneri could afford to lose 2-1 in Athens, but still emerged with a 3-1 loss that knocks them out of the competition in the group phase.

“We had started strong and were well set out on the field. The regret is that we went behind, as we should not have conceded the opening goal,” Abate told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday December 13 2018
Gattuso: 'Milan gifted the game'

Gennaro Gattuso blamed his own players for Milan’s Europa League exit to Olympiacos. “If you fall apart when something goes wrong, you deserve to go out.”

The Rossoneri could’ve afforded to lose here 1-0 or 2-1, but the 3-1 result in Athens decided by a very controversial penalty proved their undoing.

It’s the first time since 1999-00 that Milan have failed to get out of the group phase in a European tournament.

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Thursday December 13 2018
Leonardo: 'Milan elimination unjust'

Milan director Leonardo was furious after the Europa League exit to Olympiacos, blaming the referee. “In the days of VAR, it becomes difficult to accept.”

The decisive moment was a very controversial penalty for Ignazio Abate’s embrace of Vasilis Torosidis in the 3-1 result.

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Thursday December 13 2018
EL: Milan crash out to Olympiacos

Milan are out of the Europa League after a 3-1 defeat to Olympiacos, but it was decided by an extremely controversial penalty.

Follow all the action as it happens and give your views on the LIVEBLOG.

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Thursday December 13 2018
Liveblog: Lazio-Eintracht, Olympiacos-Milan

Join us for all the action as it happens from the Europa League, as Lazio host Eintracht Frankfurt and Milan’s qualification is decided at Olympiacos.

If you are on a mobile phone or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

We begin at 17.55 GMT with Lazio hosting group winners Eintracht Frankfurt and sure of their spot in the Round of 32.

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Thursday December 13 2018
Calhanoglu: 'Milan score at right time'

Hakan Calhanoglu urged Milan to “score at the right time” and assured the Olympiacos atmosphere won’t intimidate them.

The Europa League decider kicks off at 20.00 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“It’s a very exciting moment, Olympiacos are very strong on home turf and we need a great performance this evening,” Calhanoglu told Milan TV.

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Thursday December 13 2018
Line-ups: Olympiacos v Milan

Milan don’t risk Suso, so Samu Castillejo joins Gonzalo Higuain and Patrick Cutrone in the decisive Europa League trip to Olympiacos.

It kicks off in Athens at 20.00 GMT, you can follow all the action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

The Rossoneri are in a strong position to qualify along with Real Betis, as they can even afford to lose, as long as it is not by two clear goals.

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Wednesday December 12 2018
Gattuso: 'Suso needs fitness test'

Gennaro Gattuso reveals Suso needs a fitness test ahead of the Europa League decider against Olympiacos, who are “not just heart.”

It kicks off tomorrow at 20.00 GMT, the Rossoneri can go through with a draw or even a defeat, depending on goal difference.

“This is a fundamental game for the club and all of us. We’ll be in a fiery atmosphere, but that disappears once you take to the field. We’ve got to focus on the game on a technical and tactical manner, not just psychological,” said the Coach in his Press conference.

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