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Monday December 21 2015
Galliani: ‘Boateng will be valuable’

Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani praises Kevin-Prince Boateng, but won’t make predictions for the season.

The Rossoneri will re-sign the Ghanaian international - who has been training at Milanello - in January, after he secured his release from Schalke 04.

“Boa is a versatile player,” Galliani noted, speaking to MilanNews.

“He can play many roles, he’s good and I think he’ll help us in various areas of the pitch.

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Sunday December 20 2015
Galliani: 'Boateng in, Suso out'

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed Kevin-Prince Boateng’s arrival and the Suso move to Genoa.

The transfer guru spoke to Sky Sport Italia after today’s 4-2 victory away to Frosinone.

“If none of the big names leave in January, then no big names will come in,” noted Galliani.

“We will deposit Boateng’s contract on January 4, while Suso will 99 per cent go to Genoa. He just needs to agree personal terms.

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Saturday December 19 2015
Galliani: 'Milan turning point'

Adriano Galliani believes the Coppa Italia win at Sampdoria “will be the turning point for this Milan campaign.”

The Rossoneri emerged 2-0 winners at Marassi on Thursday evening with M’Baye Niang and Carlos Bacca strikes to reach the quarter-finals.

“I expect a victorious Christmas break,” CEO Galliani told Sky Sport Italia ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Frosinone.

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Saturday December 19 2015
Miha can't win at Milan

Sinisa Mihajlovic is damned if he does and damned if he doesn’t, argues Edoardo Dalmonte.

“If we win, we could do better. If we draw or lose, we’re in trouble.”

It’s hard to disagree with Sinisa Mihajlovic’s frustrated statement, and even harder to evaluate the Coach without analysing the hot mess that is Milan's front office at the moment.

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Tuesday December 15 2015
Milan kit staff arrested for theft

A member of Milan’s kit staff – and former brother-in-law of CEO Adriano Galliani – has been arrested for stealing in the locker room.

In an extraordinary story, yesterday afternoon 52-year-old kit staff member Mustapha Medhoun was caught on CCTV stealing shirts, shorts and sporting equipment.

He is the brother of Galliani’s ex-wife and had worked at Milanello for 12 years.

The club had become suspicious over the last couple of months and laid a trap, installing cameras to check on activity while the players were training.

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Sunday December 13 2015
Galliani: 'No Sarri regrets'

Adriano Galliani insists Milan “must qualify for Europe” and has “no regrets” about choosing Sinisa Mihajlovic over Maurizio Sarri.

The Rossoneri host Verona this afternoon, follow the action on our LIVEBLOG.

“This team was built to qualify for Europe and we must get there,” CEO Galliani told Mediaset Premium.

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Saturday December 12 2015
Milan's cautious revolution

The latest Milan revolution is more realistic but must continue to cut away the perennial team failures, insists Federico Martone.

Expectations finally seem like they are being managed correctly in the half of Milan that is slowly accepting they have become the Liverpool of Serie A. At the beginning of this season sections of the Italian media, that amazingly included the Berlusconi-owned parts, were tipping Milan to come third. In retrospect that would appear to be a red herring that most of the club's fan base saw through.

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Sunday December 6 2015
Galliani: 'Milan squad already strong'

Adriano Galliani warned Milan fans not to expect January reinforcements other than Kevin-Prince Boateng.

The CEO spoke to Mediaset Premium ahead of tonight’s Serie A trip to Carpi.

“We know that to catch up we need to win every game. Our objectives have not changed. It won’t be an easy match, but we will try to win.

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Sunday December 6 2015
Maldini: 'Milan criticism out of love'

Paolo Maldini insists his fierce criticism of the Milan hierarchy is “out of love” and trusts Sinisa Mihajlovic to help them.

The club legend had been expected to follow in the footsteps of Javier Zanetti at Inter and Pavel Nedved for Juventus by joining the Board after retirement, but instead has been notable by his absence.

“It’s true that I was born and raised at Milan, but the most important thing I achieved in my life was independent thought,” he told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday December 5 2015
Maldini: 'Galliani is Milan problem'

Paolo Maldini feels Milan’s problems are down to Adriano Galliani. “He doesn’t understand football.”

The former defender and captain famously clashed with CEO Galliani and it’s believed as long as the transfer guru remains in charge, Maldini won’t work for the club again.

He did little to calm the waters with his comments to Sky Sport Italia.

“If Milan want to become great again they need clarity, ideas and investment,” said the Rossoneri legend who spent his entire career at the club.

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