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Sunday January 17 2021
Conti out, Tomori in for Milan

Milan full-back Andrea Conti is on the verge of a loan move with option to buy for Parma, with Fikayo Tomori replacing him from Chelsea.

According to Sky Sport Italia, a deal has been reached between the two clubs and Conti will make the move after a medical on Tuesday.

The transfer is delayed until after Milan’s Serie A match against Cagliari on Monday evening.

Conti had been close to Fiorentina, but the negotiations collapsed over the last few days.

The same is true of Chelsea and Tomori, who will fly out to Milan on Tuesday.

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Sunday January 17 2021
EDF: ‘Duncan could start against Milan’

Eusebio Di Francesco says the new Cagliari signing Alfred Duncan is fit and could start against Milan tomorrow and believes the Rossoneri have benefited from playing behind closed doors.

The Rossoblu host the Serie A table leaders at the Sardegna Arena on Monday, they announced the signing of Alfred Duncan from Fiorentina today.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Milan delay Cagliari trip after COVID cases

Milan are reported to have delayed their trip to Cagliari in order to have another round of swab tests after Theo Hernandez and Hakan Calhanoglu tested positive for COVID.

The Rossoneri were supposed to fly to Sardinia today, but according to Calciomercato.com they have delayed their trip to Cagliari.

Milan are due to face the Rossoblu at the Sardegna Arena on Monday evening, but they will only take their flight in the morning, to complete a new round of swab tests.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Theo shares message after testing positive for COVID

Theo Hernandez sent out an Instagram message after testing positive for COVID. ‘I feel well, but I must train alone.’

The French left-back and his teammate Hakan Calhanoglu won’t be available to face Cagliari on Monday, as they’ve both tested positive for Coronavirus.

Dear friends, I want to tell you that unfortunately I won’t be available for the team,” the former Real Madrid wrote on Instagram.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Ambrosini gives his verdict on Mandzukic to Milan

Massimo Ambrosini gives his verdict on Mario Mandzukic’s move to Milan. ‘He won’t take Ibra’s place.’

The 34-year-old is on the verge of joining the Rossoneri as a free agent.

According to reports in Italy, Mandzukic will undergo his medical tests with the Diavoli on Monday.

“I would sign him immediately, it’s a great transfer opportunity, even if he is not fully fit,” Ambrosini told Sky Sport.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Mandzukic to have Milan medical

Mario Mandzukic will undergo his medical tests with Milan tomorrow, reports in Italy claim.

The Croatian striker is set to return to Serie A after terminating his Juventus contract in December 2019.

Mandzukic played his last competitive game with Al-Duhail in March 2020 and he is not set to join Milan as a free agent.

According to several reports in Italy, the Croat will undergo medical examinations with the Rossoneri tomorrow.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Mandzukic to Milan ‘imminent’

According to several reports in Italy, Mario Mandzukic’s move to Milan is imminent as the club and the Croatian striker have reached an agreement.

MilanNews and Calciomercato.com report the former Juventus striker is on the verge of joining the Rossoneri as a free agent.

Mandzukic will reportedly sign an 18-month deal by Tuesday.

The club and the player only need to agree whether the contract will initially last six months with an option for another season or if Mandzukic will immediately sign an 18-month contract.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Antognoni: ‘Papu and Pato interesting options’

Giancarlo Antognoni calls President Rocco Commisso ‘a fighter’ and confirms Papu Gomez and Pato are ‘interesting options’ for Fiorentina in January.

La Viola have been linked with both the Argentinean and the Brazilian strikers in January.

“We’ve sold players so far, now we’ll try to make new signings that can improve the team,” Antognoni told DAZN.

“The names being mentioned are interesting options, but we need to evaluate if there will be an opportunity.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Pioli: ‘How Milan can overcome absences of Theo and Calhanoglu’

Stefano Pioli explains how Milan can overcome the absences of Theo Hernandez and Hakan Calhanoglu and refuses to comment on about Mario Mandzukic’s possible move. ‘We must focus on Cagliari only.’

The Rossoneri face the Sardinians on Monday, but will be without Theo Hernandez and Hakan Calhanoglu who have tested positive for COVID.

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Sunday January 17 2021
Milan: Theo and Calhanoglu positive for COVID

AC Milan announce Hakan Çalhanoğlu and Theo Hernández have tested positive for COVID.

The pair didn’t train on Friday because of ‘inconclusive’ COVID tests, but the swab tests underwent on Saturday came back positive.

“AC Milan announce a molecular swab test carried out by Hakan Çalhanoğlu and Theo Hernández have came back positive. The rest of the group team has tested negative.

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