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Monday March 30 2020
Milan: Rangnick deal slows down?

Negotiations between Milan and former RB Leipzig boss Ralf Rangnick have reportedly reached a point of slowdown.

Rangnick appeared to be closing in on an agreement to become Milan’s next coach, with the issue of transfer budget said to have been addressed last week.

However, Sky Sport Italia claims there has been little progress since then.

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Monday March 30 2020
Fatih Terim leaves hospital

Former Fiorentina and Milan boss Fatih Terim has left hospital and will continue his recovery from coronavirus back home.

Fatih was admitted to hospital in his native Turkey last week and had spent the following seven days under medical supervision.

This afternoon, the Galatasaray coach announced in an Instagram post that he had been discharged and was returning home for the next stage of his recovery.

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Monday March 30 2020
Milik ponders next move?

Napoli forward Arkadiusz Milik reportedly considers his options for next season, with Atletico Madrid and Milan monitoring the situation at the San Paolo.

The Poland international has done well for the Azzurri, scoring nine times in 16 Serie A matches this term, but the 26-year-old is, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, keeping the door open for a move away after the current campaign.

The newspaper has claimed that Milik is not completely happy with life at Napoli and could be looking for a new challenge.

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Monday March 30 2020
Cassano: 'Juve pay cut? They know it's over'

Former Italy international Antonio Cassano has claimed that Juventus would only cut the salaries because “they already know” the season is over.

The players and the club at the Allianz Stadium agreed on a pay cut during the forced break, revealing a saved cost of €90m for the Old Lady.

But the former Roma star Cassano has claimed they must know that the 2019-20 season will not resume.

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Sunday March 29 2020
Ancelotti, Ibra, Mou name best XIs

Carlo Ancelotti and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have named their all-time best XIs, with Jose Mourinho including just one Inter player in his.

While the football season remains on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, Marca listed the trio’s ideal line-ups. 

Ancelotti’s XI is based on players he has coached, prior to those he worked with at Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Napoli and Everton.

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Sunday March 29 2020
Chelsea: Donnarumma in, Pedro out?

Chelsea have contacted Mino Raiola over Gianluigi Donnarumma and Lazio are interested in signing Pedro Rodriguez, a report claims.

According to the Sunday Express, Chelsea have asked Raiola to keep them updated on Donnarumma’s contract situation at Milan.

The 20-year-old is about to enter the final 12 months of his current deal and he has yet to negotiate a renewal with the Rossoneri.

The Blues are expected to bring in a new No 1 this summer, with the club losing faith in Kepa Arrizabalaga.

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Sunday March 29 2020
Inzaghi: 'Milan 9 not cursed'

Filippo Inzaghi has rejected the idea that Milan’s No 9 shirt is cursed and claimed Ciro Immobile is currently “the best Italian player”.

No Milan No 9 has succeeded since Inzaghi retired in 2012, with Krzysztof Piatek becoming the latest casualty in January as he left for Hertha Berlin.

“It makes me smile,” the Benevento boss told Sky Sport Italia.

“Wearing Milan’s No 9 shirt is tough for anyone, but the curse doesn’t exist. If Ibrahimovic puts on the No 9 shirt, the curse is already over.

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Sunday March 29 2020
Eranio: 'It's a pity Boban left'

Former midfielder Stefano Eranio has claimed former sporting director Zvonimir Boban left his position just as Milan began to “see glimpses of light”.

The Rossoneri had climbed to seventh in Serie A and were fighting for a place in Europe next season when the current campaign was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But despite having turned the season around, unrest was reported among the managers of the club and the former sporting director Boban publicly confronted CEO Ivan Gazidis and the decisions of the board.

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Saturday March 28 2020
Sheva: 'Coronavirus like Chernobyl'

Andriy Shevchenko sees “similarities” between the Coronavirus pandemic and Chernobyl disaster and says health workers are “the heroes of our time”.

Shevchenko is currently isolating in England, where he played for Chelsea between 2006 and 2009, and was just 9 when he was forced to move out of Kiev due to the nuclear accident at Chernobyl power plant in 1986.

“I’m near London, I live just outside the city. I’ve been locked in for almost 10 days,” the Milan icon told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday March 28 2020
Costacurta: 'Milan should keep Maldini'

Former Milan defender Alessandro Costacurta has claimed Paolo Maldini will help the Rossoneri return to winning ways.

The sacking of former sporting director Zvonimir Boban has led to speculation regarding technical director Maldini’s position at Milanello, but the former centre-half Costacurta suggests CEO Ivan Gazidis keeps the former left-back by his side.

“We must make sure that Paolo, who is first and foremost a righteous and also competent, acquires the skills he has yet to along his short journey.

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