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Saturday December 22 2018
Palermo's Struna heading to Houston

Palermo defender Aljaz Struna is reported to be leaving the Serie B side for MLS club Houston Dynamo.

According to Sportitalia, a deal has been struck for the 28-year-old Slovenia international.

He has been in Italy since 2012, featuring for Palermo, Varese and Carpi.

Struna’s contract with the Sicilians is due to expire in June.

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Wednesday December 19 2018
Nocerino eyes MLS return

Antonio Nocerino has officially terminated his contract with Benevento, amid reports the ex-Orlando City midfielder will return to MLS.

The 33-year-old had joined Benevento in Serie B as a free agent over the summer and made nine appearances for the club in all competitions.

According to Sky Sport Italia, the decision to leave was a personal one and that is also pushing him towards a return to America.

Among his former clubs, Nocerino has represented Juventus, Milan, West Ham United, Torino and Parma.

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Wednesday December 19 2018
Ibra explains Galaxy stay

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has explained his decision to reject Milan for LA Galaxy. “I came here to end my career.”

Ibrahimovic was widely expected to re-join Milan after the Galaxy’s failure to qualify for the MLS playoffs, but the American side confirmed on Tuesday that the former Juventus and Inter striker had been kept on as a Designated Player

“There was a lot of talk, but I never left,” the 37-year-old told reporters.

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Tuesday December 18 2018
Official: Ibrahimovic rejoins LA Galaxy

As expected, Milan target Zlatan Ibrahimovic has signed a new improved contract with the LA Galaxy and remains in MLS.

The Sweden international veteran had been in negotiations for a transfer back to San Siro, but Rossoneri director Leonardo had confessed those talks were off after the Galaxy agreed to make him a designated player, which effectively shatters the previous salary cap.

“We are very pleased to sign Zlatan to a new contract that will see him return for the 2019 season,” said LA Galaxy General Manager Dennis te Kloese.

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Monday December 17 2018
Ibrahimovic confirms MLS stay

Zlatan Ibrahimovic confirms he’s staying in MLS rather than moving to Milan - “I’m not done with you yet…”

The LA Galaxy striker was linked with a return to the Rossoneri and talks did take place, but technical director Leonardo confirmed earlier this month the move wouldn’t happen.

Ibra wasn’t a Designated Player in his first season, meaning he was subject to the league’s salary cap, but it’s expected he’ll be a DP for the 2019 season.

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Sunday December 9 2018
Leonardo: 'Ibrahimovic no, Fabregas maybe'

Milan director Leonardo confirmed Zlatan Ibrahimovic won’t leave the LA Galaxy, while they are "evaluating the conditions" for Cesc Fabregas of Chelsea.

The negotiations with Ibra had ground to a halt over the last few days and there were reports a January transfer was essentially abandoned.

“Ibrahimovic will not return to Milan,” director Leonardo told Sky Sport Italia this evening.

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Wednesday December 5 2018
Ibrahimovic to stay in MLS

Reports in Sweden state Zlatan Ibrahimovic has decided against a return to Milan, as his family would prefer to stay at LA Galaxy.

The veteran has been heavily linked with a return to the Rossoneri, with reports in Italy suggesting a six-month contract had been agreed.

Last night though SportItalia reported a U-turn, and now Expressen states that Ibra will remain in MLS.

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Tuesday December 4 2018
Milan give up on Ibrahimovic?

There has been a sudden slam on the brakes from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Milan, as he now seems likely to remain at LA Galaxy.

According to Sportitalia, this evening the negotiations hit serious problems and both parties are moving towards abandoning talks entirely.

Up until a few hours ago, it was thought they were down to the details and Ibra would arrive in the January transfer window on loan with an option to extend.

It now seems as if the Rossoneri are looking elsewhere for reinforcements.

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Saturday December 1 2018
Gazidis begins Milan era

Ivan Gazidis begins his tenure as Milan CEO today and intends to close the negotiations for Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cesc Fabregas.

The former Arsenal chief is reportedly being paid €4m per year net to lead the Serie A club back to its former glory.

Although his arrival will only be ratified during the shareholders’ meeting on December 5, he was already in the stands for Thursday’s 5-2 Europa League victory over Dudelange, seated next to President Paolo Scaroni, directors Leonardo and Paolo Maldini.

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Friday November 30 2018
Milan wait for Ibrahimovic deal

Milan reportedly have a deal with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but are waiting for a UEFA judgement before negotiating with LA Galaxy.

It has been reported in recent weeks that the Rossoneri are in talks to bring the striker back to San Siro, with talk of a six month deal worth around €2.5m.

There would also likely be an option to extend that deal by a further year if both parties are happy to continue.

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