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Sunday October 22 2017
Milan: Sousa or wait for big name?

Milan reportedly deciding between Paulo Sousa and Gennaro Gattuso as caretaker if Vincenzo Montella is sacked, awaiting Antonio Conte or Carlo Ancelotti.

The Rossoneri are without a Serie A victory in over a month, managing one point from the last four rounds, and were held to a 0-0 draw by AEK Athens in the Europa League on Thursday.

According to multiple reports this evening, Montella has two more games to save his job, as Milan visit Chievo on Wednesday evening and then have a crucial showdown with Juventus next Saturday.

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Saturday October 21 2017
Boateng: 'I said no to Inter'

Kevin-Prince Boateng confirms he turned down a move to Inter and sees Carlo Ancelotti as the “dream” Coach of troubled Milan.

The Ghana international, born in Germany, made 114 competitive appearances for the Rossoneri with 18 goals, winning the Scudetto and Italian Super Cup.

“In terms of emotion and affection, my three years at Milan are worth 10 for many others,” he told La Gazzetta dello Sport from his new club Eintracht Frankfurt.

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Friday October 20 2017
Juventus accrue CL riches

Juventus have made more money from the Champions League in the last 10 years than any other club outwith Real Madrid and Barcelona.

The Bianconeri reached the final of the competition in 2015 and 2017, but haven’t lifted the trophy since their win over Ajax in 1996.

Despite that, an investigation by the website Calcio e Finanza puts Juve third in terms of revenue from the competition over the last decade.

Real Madrid lead the way, with €465.76m over the past 10 years, with their arch-rivals Barcelona second with 449.47m.

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Thursday October 19 2017
Vidal wants Inter, but…

Arturo Vidal would accept a move to Inter, reports suggest, but they’d have to sell a player in January.

The Nerazzurri tried hard to sign the Bayern Munich midfielder in the summer, but Carlo Ancelotti considered him unsellable.

The Coach was sacked at the end of last month though, and replacement Jupp Heynckes left Vidal on the bench for last night’s win over Celtic in the Champions League.

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Thursday October 19 2017
Croatia make Ancelotti offer?

It’s reported Croatia have approached Carlo Ancelotti about managing them at the World Cup.

The former Milan and Juventus Coach is currently unemployed, having been sacked by Bayern Munich at the end of last month.

Despite his presence at Stamford Bridge last night, Carletto isn’t looking to get back into a club job until the summer, as he doesn’t want to take over a season already in progress.

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Wednesday October 18 2017
Vidal open to Inter move?

Arturo Vidal is open to joining Inter in January, according to TMW, but a deal must be worked out with Bayern Munich.

It certainly is not the first time the Chile international has been linked with a return to Italy, where he played for Juventus from 2011 to 2015.

Tuttomercatoweb report that Carlo Ancelotti’s departure and the desire for a new challenge have pushed Vidal towards the exit, perhaps as soon as January.

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Friday October 13 2017
Sampaoli: ‘Vidal can’t control himself!’

Jorge Sampaoli reportedly said then Juventus midfielder Arturo Vidal needed “a medical specialist” in 2015.

The Chilean international was sold by the Bianconeri that summer, and quotes from his national team Coach during the Copa America that year are being reported by AS.

It’s reported by the newspaper that Sampaoli made complaints about several members of his squad during the tournament, which Chile eventually won.

“Vidal? He needs a medical specialist,” the tactician allegedly said.

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Tuesday October 10 2017
Ranieri: ‘Conte will stay’

Claudio Ranieri is “not convinced” Antonio Conte will really leave Chelsea in the summer.

The former Italy CT has openly stated that he’ll return to Italy one day, and he could reportedly leave Stamford Bridge after this season.

“The Premier League remains the top, and I’m not convinced by Conte’s homesickness,” Ranieri, a former Chelsea boss himself, told Gazzetta dello Sport’s Extra Time.

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Monday October 9 2017
Can: ‘Juventus bid an honour’

Emre Can says it was “an honour” to receive an offer from Juventus, but assures he’s focused on Liverpool.

The German international is a well-known target for the Bianconeri, and his contract expires at the end of the current season.

The Old Lady tried to tempt him to Turin in the summer too, and the midfielder was pleased by their interest.

“It's always an honour to receive an offer from such a renowned club,” Can told Kicker.

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Sunday October 8 2017
Dida: 'Donnarumma like Buffon'

Former Milan goalkeeper Nelson Dida believes Gianluigi Donnarumma “can follow Gigi Buffon’s career path.”

The Brazilian is currently in Italy to take part in a charity event and spoke to Gianlucadimarzio.com.

“Donnarumma has great potential and time is on his side,” said Dida of the 18-year-old shot-stopper.

“If he is able to concentrate on the pitch, he can follow Buffon’s career path. Buffon remains the number one in the world.”

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