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Thursday July 28 2016
Abate: 'Milan want CL, but...'

Ignazio Abate wants to target Champions League qualification with Milan, but admits the team must be realistic.

In the last few years the Rossoneri's strategy on the market and on the pitch proved largely fruitless, but president Silvio Berlusconi did succeed in providing an Italian core for his team.

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Tuesday July 26 2016
Donnarumma: ‘Milan for life!’

Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has “no problem with the thought of spending my entire career at the same club”.

The 17-year-old displaced Diego Lopez in the Rossoneri first team last season, becoming one of the few bright spots in a disappointing campaign.

Given that he is represented by super-agent Mino Raiola, it has been suggested that the youngster could be moved on in the near future, but the player himself is happy to stay.

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Monday July 25 2016
Miha: ‘Europe in two years’

Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic targets Europe in the next two seasons, but isn’t sure Bruno Peres will stay.

The Serbian Coach replaced Giampiero Ventura on the bench this summer, as the veteran took over the Italian national team.

“We want to embody the spirit of Toro and reach Europe within two years,” Mihajlovic explained in a Press conference today.

“We must have the desire to dream, while knowing that dreams are achieved with great difficulty.

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Saturday July 23 2016
Mihajlovic 'surprised' by Milan clash

Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic is “surprised” to be starting his season against former club Milan at San Siro.

He was sacked by the Rossoneri in April and his replacement Cristian Brocchi stepped aside to make way for Vincenzo Montella.

They’ll come face to face on the weekend of August 20-21, the opening round of the 2016-17 Serie A season. You can view the full fixtures here.

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Monday July 18 2016
Official: Torino sign Falque, Ljajic

Torino have officially announced the signings of Roma’s Adem Ljajic and Iago Falque.

After a protracted transfer saga, the pair had their Granata medicals this morning, and have now been officially confirmed.

Ljajic has joined the club on a permanent basis, while former Juventus man Falque arrives on loan with a right of redemption.

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Sunday July 17 2016
Belotti hat-trick for Torino

Andrea Belotti was the star of the show as Torino won their first friendly under Sinisa Mihajlovic 13-0.

The Granata took on local side Olympic Morbegno during their pre-season training retreat.

‘Gallo’ Belotti took the headlines with a hat-trick and Maxi Lopez matched him goal for goal.

Josef Martinez only scored one, but it was a spectacular overhead kick.

Afriyie Acquah, Cesare Bovo, Daniele Baselli, Lucas Boye and brace from Italy Under-21 international Antonio Barreca rounded out the scoreline.

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Thursday July 7 2016
Montella: ‘Italy just rumours’

Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella insists links to the Italy job were “just rumours” and denies betraying Sampdoria.

The former striker has taken over from Cristian Brocchi on the Rossoneri bench, having reportedly been considered for Azzurri CT, before the job went to Giampiero Ventura.

“I came back from holiday in the Orient on June 20,” Montella explained at his Diavolo presentation.

“A few days later I learned of Milan’s interest. For the national team it was just rumours.

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Monday June 27 2016
Roma's Ljajic turns down Torino

Roma's Adem Ljajic has reportedly turned down Torino's transfer offer in spite of Sinisa Mihajlovic's insistence.

The 24-year-old spent the last season on loan to Inter, and is now looking for greener pastures.

With the player's contract due to end in summer of next year, Roma need to sell him quickly or risk losing him as a free agent.

Torino seemed very interested in picking up the striker, but according to Tuttosport, Ljajic turned down their offer of €1.3m per season.

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Monday June 13 2016
Cairo: ‘Miha focused on youth’

Torino President Urbano Cairo chose Sinisa Mihajlovic “because he’s good at working with youngsters”.

Giampiero Ventura left the club to take over as Italy CT, with the former Milan boss replacing him at Stadio Grande Torino.

Speaking at the tactician’s official presentation, the Granata patron confirmed that the policy of focusing on youth will continue.

“Why Mihajlovic?” Cairo considered.

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Monday June 13 2016
'Torino will do everything for Europe’

New Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic promises Torino “will do everything” to qualify for Europe next season.

The Serbian has replaced Giampiero Ventura on the Granata bench, as the Italian has taken over as CT of the national team.

“It’s an honour to be here,” Mihajlovic said in his presentation Press conference.

“You can breathe the pages of the history here, a club built on sweat and tears. I’m glad to be at a club which reflects my characteristics.

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