NEWS
Thursday May 26 2011
Milan allowed to bid for Hamsik

Silvio Berlusconi has given the green light for Milan to make a bid for Napoli sensation Marek Hamsik.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Rossoneri owner has told Vice-President Adriano Galliani that he can make Napoli an offer.

Owner Berlusconi has apparently provided Galliani with a budget of €30m to land the Slovakian international.

The former Brescia player, 23, has been specifically requested by Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri.

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Thursday May 26 2011
Ganso and Pastore no, Hamsik maybe

Milan will not sign Ganso or Javier Pastore this summer, but they have left the door slightly open for Marek Hamsik.

That's according to Vice-President Adriano Galliani who discussed transfer matters with journalists this afternoon.

Santos starlet Ganso has been linked in previous months, as has Palermo's creative Pastore, but Galliani noted they were not the type of player he is looking for.

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Thursday May 26 2011
Napoli dismiss Hamsik rumours

Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis has shot down reports that Milan are preparing to launch an audacious bid to sign Marek Hamsik. "We're not a supermarket."

La Gazzetta dello Sport today claimed that Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi had given the go-ahead to make a €30m offer.

However, contacted by Marte Sport Live, Azzurri chief De Laurentiis dismissed the speculation.

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Thursday May 26 2011
Allegri on Hamsik, Asamoah and Montolivo

Milan boss Massimiliano Allegri has discussed the club's possible transfer targets – Marek Hamsik, Kwadwo Asamoah and Riccardo Montolivo.

"I'm in daily contact with Vice-President Adriano Galliani, but I'll leave the transfer market up to him as he has shown over time that he is a master," Allegri told Sky Sport Italia.

"I've spoken about many players with the club. Galliani will sign the one player who will be of most use.

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Thursday May 26 2011
Antonini commits to Milan

Luca Antonini has no intention of following Andrea Pirlo to Juventus. "I want to stay at Milan."

The Azzurri international is not guaranteed a first team shirt with the Italian champions after they signed Taye Taiwo from Marseille.

As a result, he has been linked with a summer move, with Juventus a possibility after they showed an interest a year ago.

"I want to stay at Milan," he told Sky Sport Italia. "I'm really happy here and I don't want to leave. I still have three years on my contract."

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Wednesday May 25 2011
Seedorf pens Milan deal

Italian champions Milan have confirmed that Clarence Seedorf has extended his contract for a further season.

The Dutchman met club officials this morning where he put pen to paper, committing himself to the outfit until June 2012.

Seedorf's previous deal was set to expire next month and he began extension talks last week.

However, amid interest from numerous Brazilian sides, he decided to take some time to review his options.

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Wednesday May 25 2011
Seedorf wanted to 'feel important'

Clarence Seedorf says money was never a factor in his decision to extend his Milan contract.

The Dutchman had spent the last week pondering his options before renewing his Rossoneri deal until 2012 today.

"I have never moved for financial reward in my career," the 35-year-old midfielder told MilanNews. "Money was never an issue.

"There were never any problems of an economical nature. I just needed to reach an agreement with the club, an outfit who I have a great relationship with.

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Wednesday May 25 2011
Gattuso: 'I have to consider Russia'

Gennaro Gattuso admits he “has to consider” the big money offers from Russia. “I will retire in two years, after all.”

The Milan midfielder has been of interest to several clubs in the new realms of European football, including Anzhi Makhachkala, based in Dagestan.

“There is no problem of motivation for me. There is a proposal from Russia and it's up to me to decide,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Wednesday May 25 2011
Milan lead Man Utd for Demirel

According to reports in Turkey, Milan are currently beating Manchester United in the race for Volkan Demirel.

The 30-year-old Fenerbahce goalkeeper is available for around €15m and is wanted by both clubs.

“Volkan has already spoken to Milan Vice-President Gianni Nardi and will receive €3m per season,” wrote Turkish newspaper Hurriyet.

“His family and friends confirmed these latest developments.”

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Wednesday May 25 2011
Cassano stays, Legrottaglie goes

Antonio Cassano's contract until 2014 “will be respected,” said his agent, but Milan look set to release Nicola Legrottaglie.

Vice-President Adriano Galliani continues his marathon talks over contract renegotiations with much of the squad after the season came to a close.

Today Cassano's representative was at the club headquarters and as he left spoke to Sky Sport Italia.

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