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Tuesday March 10 2020
Scaroni: 'Elliott saved Milan'

President Paolo Scaroni has claimed that Elliott “saved” Milan and trusts that CEO Ivan Gazidis’ work will be “rewarded with time”.

The recent fallout with director Zvonimir Boban and the rumours regarding a future deal with Ralf Rangnick snowballed into another controversial episode in a series of trouble since former owner Silvio Berlusconi left the club.

The timing was a surprise, as the Rossoneri seemed to be going through a positive period, fighting for a place in Europe next season.

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Sunday March 8 2020
Milan a dysfunctional family

Zvonimir Boban's sacking is just the tip of the iceberg, as Vijay Rahaman looks into the utter chaos that is the current Milan management.

AC Milan has always prided itself on being a "family club", but right now this legendary sporting institution is tearing itself apart, taking valuable attention away from on-field issues that still need fixing.

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Sunday March 8 2020
Elliott want Maldini stay

Milan want director Paolo Maldini to remain at the club, despite Zvonimir Boban being fired yesterday.

Boban was officially given his marching orders yesterday following an interview to La Gazzetta dello Sport in which he was critical of the decisions made by the Elliott Management group, who own the Rossoneri.

Boban accused the American company of “going behind our backs,” in speaking to German coach Ralf Rangnick about joining the club next season.

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Tuesday March 3 2020
Three-year deal for Rangnick?

Milan have, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, already offered Ralf Rangnick a three-year deal at San Siro, with an option of a fourth.

The reports in Italy are claiming that sporting director Zvonimir Boban’s goodbye is imminent and will be official within a few days.

The Gazzetta dello Sport writes that the path set by the Elliott fund is pointing towards a new system under the German Red Bull director.

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Monday March 2 2020
Boban exit a matter of hours

Zvonimir Boban’s time at Milan could be over, with speculation that an official announcement could be made this evening.

Boban gave an interview to La Gazzetta dello Sport last week, in which he accused the Elliott Management of “going behind our backs” in identifying a new coach for next season.

The new coach is reportedly set to be Ralf Rangnick.

Multiple reports in Italy, including Sky Sport Italia and Il Corriere della Sera, speculate that Boban could be relieved of his duty tonight.

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Sunday March 1 2020
Boban close to Milan exit

Zvonimir Boban looks set to leave Milan at the end of the season, and Paolo Maldini could follow, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Boban criticised the Milan leadership in an interview with La Gazzetta several days ago, accusing Elliott Management of “going behind our backs” when identifying a new coach for next season.

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Saturday February 29 2020
Boban: 'Milan must keep Ibrahimovic'

Director Zvonimir Boban reveals how Zlatan Ibrahimovic told Milan he had agreed to the transfer and why they ought to be discussing his contract renewal "right now."

The 38-year-old striker had other offers on the table after his contract with the LA Galaxy expired, but opted for a return to the last club he represented in Italy.

“Paolo (Maldini) called him first, then I continued the talks partly because of the language, but also the Balkan character we both share,” Boban told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Saturday February 29 2020
Boban: 'Gazidis went behind our backs'

Director Zvonimir Boban confessed Ivan Gazidis went behind his back to contact Ralf Rangnick and he is demanding a crisis meeting with the club owners. “It’s disrespectful and not the Milan style.”

The situation at the club is increasingly tense, with reports of clashes in strategy between CEO Gazidis on one side, directors and former teammates Paolo Maldini and Boban on the other.

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Friday February 21 2020
Mirabelli: 'We knew who was in charge at Milan'

Former Milan director of sport Massimiliano Mirabelli has lambasted the current Rossoneri regime, “when I was there, we knew who was in charge.”

Mirabelli was director of sport for Milan for just over a year, following Li Yonghong’s takeover of the club from Silvio Berlusconi in April 2017.

However Mirabelli was ousted from the club in the summer of 2018 when it was repossessed by Elliott Management group after Li Yonghong defaulted on a €300m loan to the American group.

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Saturday February 1 2020
Did Friedkin want Milan before Roma?

The Friedkin Group is in the final stages of the takeover for AS Roma, but there are reports the same company tried to purchase Milan.

Statements from the Giallorossi confirm a takeover is imminent, as the due diligence stage has now been completed, bringing the James Pallotta era to an end after nearly eight years.

However, according to Milano Finanza, Roma did not represent the first choice for Dan Friedkin and his group of investors.

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