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Saturday July 4 2020
HT: Milan double stuns Lazio

Lazio’s luck would seem to be running out, as Milan took a 2-0 lead at half-time with a deflected Hakan Calhanoglu strike and unusual Zlatan Ibrahimovic penalty.

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Saturday July 4 2020
Massara: 'Milan unpredictable'

Milan director Ricky Massara insists the 2-2 draw with 10-man SPAL was still ‘positive’ and a sign nobody can predict what will happen against Lazio tonight.

It kicks off at 20.45 UK time (19.45 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“We have to take it one game at a time, they are all difficult, especially this one,” director of sport Massara told DAZN.

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Saturday July 4 2020
Bennacer: 'Good to have Ibra back'

Ismael Bennacer admits having Zlatan Ibrahimovic back is a boost for Milan against Lazio, but insists a 2-2 draw with SPAL ‘gave us more confidence.’

It kicks off at 20.45 UK time (19.45 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

Ibrahimovic is in the starting XI for the first time since the lockdown, sending Ante Rebic to the bench, as he has fully recovered from a calf injury.

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Saturday July 4 2020
Leiva and Ibra start Lazio-Milan?

There are growing reports Lucas Leiva and Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be in the starting XI when Lazio and Milan face off this evening.

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Friday July 3 2020
Pioli: 'Milan have changed'

Stefano Pioli has claimed his Milan have changed since the 2-1 defeat to Lazio at San Siro, praised Simon Kjaer’s impact and hopes to get even more minutes from Zlatan Ibrahimovic on Saturday. 

Milan have scored eight goals in the last three games and only conceded three in four, but Pioli thinks his players can do more coming from a 2-2 draw against SPAL.

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Friday July 3 2020
Bierhoff: 'Rangnick and Zlatan, two strong personalities'

Former Milan striker Olivier Bierhoff has claimed it will be interesting to see if Ralf Rangnick and Zlatan Ibrahimovic get along. ‘They’re two strong personalities with clear ideas’.

The former striker and current director of the German national team spoke to the Gazzetta dello Sport about the arrival of Rangnick and what it could mean for Zlatan’s future at San Siro.

“Rangnick likes the game of the younger players,” Bierhoff said. “The aggressive, quick play, with a lot of pressing.

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Thursday July 2 2020
Leao: 'Prefer playing out wide'

Milan forward Rafael Leao ‘hopes to stay for a long time’ and reveals he prefers playing out wide, where ‘there’s more space for me’.

Leao came off the bench to score during Milan’s 2-2 draw with SPAL last night, and he is determined to establish himself as a starter at San Siro.

“I feel the confidence of the coach and my teammates, it’s easier to help the team like this,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday July 2 2020
Report: Ibrahimovic to leave Milan

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is leaning towards a departure from Milan this summer with Hammarby his likely destination, reports Sky Sport Italia.

Ibrahimovic’s contract expires at the end of the season and so far there has been no indication that he will extend it.

Now, Sky is expecting him to leave Milan on August 31 as he ‘considers’ returning to Sweden with Hammarby.

Ibrahimovic owns part of the club and trained with them during the coronavirus lockdown.

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Wednesday July 1 2020
Ibrahimovic back for Milan

Milan have called up Zlatan Ibrahimovic to face SPAL in Serie A this evening after the striker recovered from a calf injury.

Ibrahimovic has yet to play for Milan since the season restarted, but the 38-year-old returned to training late last week.

He has now been passed fit to travel to Ferrara and could even start, as suggested by coach Stefano Pioli yesterday.

However, defender Leo Duarte is still on the comeback trail from a thigh problem.

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Tuesday June 30 2020
Pioli: 'Milan can beat anyone'

Stefano Pioli has claimed Milan ‘can beat anyone’ and urged his fringe players to be ready, as ‘the subs will be crucial’ during the ‘tour de force’ run-in of Serie A.

Pioli replaced Marco Giampaolo in October last year and has gradually turned things around at San Siro, with the club currently fighting for a place in Europe next term.

Milan have impressed since the return to action and has only conceded once in three games this month, culminating in an important 2-0 win against Roma on Sunday.

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