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Monday October 14 2019
Galliani: Didn’t sell to Elliott...

Adriano Galliani notes he and Silvio Berlusconi did not sell Milan to Elliott Management but “doesn’t understand all these tears” over San Siro.

Berlusconi slammed CEO Ivan Gazidis for his claim that Elliott stopped Milan from going into bankruptcy, and Galliani suggested he would not have sold the club to the hedge fund if it was up to him.

“I have respect for the Elliott group, even if they never bought Milan,” he told Radio Anch’io Sport.

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Sunday October 13 2019
Gandini: 'Who is in charge of Milan?'

Former Milan director Umberto Gandini maintains Marco Giampaolo “put himself on the chopping block” and reveals he warned Ivan Gazidis.

The club has been struggling in recent months, as they pulled out of the Europa League to wipe the Financial Fair Play slate clean, then sacked Marco Giampaolo after seven games to bring in Stefano Pioli.

“I believe Pioli arrives at the right moment and it’s impossible not to agree with Zvonimir Boban when he says this was a carefully pondered decision,” Gandini told Radio 24.

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Wednesday October 9 2019
Pioli set up as just another Milan flop

Stefano Pioli is only the latest poor sap to take the thankless task of leading Milan, as Susy Campanale identifies the real culprits.

People have noted that political satires like The Thick of It and Veep are providing scenarios less ridiculous than the ones we see playing out on the news every day now. The chaos at AC Milan feels much the same. There comes a point when ‘banter era’ doesn’t really cover it. This is a club without a plan, a leader, an identity, just endless half-thought-out projects that are thrown out to the public before they’ve been properly vetted, then abandoned once enough negative feedback arrives.

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Tuesday October 8 2019
Milan stick or twist with Giampaolo?

Marco Giampaolo is already facing the Milan axe, but Emmet Gates doubts the alternatives like Luciano Spalletti and Stefano Pioli are any better.

As Franck Kessie casually placed the ball past Genoa goalkeeper Ionut Radu to give Milan the lead – and the win - last weekend, many believed this to be Marco Giampaolo’s saving grace. Judging from reports leading into the fixture, a defeat against Genoa would be Giampaolo’s last in charge of the Rossoneri.

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Monday October 7 2019
Milan to splash out for Spalletti?

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Sunday October 6 2019
Boban: 'Different visions of Milan'

Zvonimir Boban and Paolo Maldini admit they have “a different vision” of Milan to Elliott Management, while Ivan Gazidis has an unusual description for football.

The Serie A giants are owned by a US hedge fund, who effectively repossessed the club after Yonghong Li defaulted on repayments for the loan he used to purchase the Rossoneri from Silvio Berlusconi.

The Financial Times published its profile of the situation and issues emerge between the sporting and business side of the club.

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Sunday September 29 2019
Commisso: 'I could've bought Milan!'

Fiorentina President Rocco Commisso prepares to face Milan tonight, reminding everyone “a year ago, I could’ve bought this club.”

It kicks off at 19.45 UK time (18.45 GMT), click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“A year ago, I could’ve become the President of Milan, but now I am 100 per cent Fiorentino and very happy to have bought Fiorentina,” the Italian-American businessman told Sky Sport Italia.

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Saturday September 28 2019
Arnault: 'Milan rumours baseless'

Antoine Arnault wants to “end speculation” his family’s luxury brand business LVMH is in talks to purchase AC Milan for €960m.

The latest reports emerged in La Repubblica newspaper this morning, suggesting a deal could be done with Elliott Management by the end of 2019.

“Dear AC Milan fans,” wrote Arnault on Instagram.

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Saturday September 28 2019
Milan sale and Allegri return?

Elliott Management Corporation are reportedly in talks to sell Milan to Bernard Arnault for €960m, with Max Allegri lined up as their new Coach.

According to La Repubblica newspaper, the negotiations are well underway for the US hedge fund to sell on the Serie A club.

Elliott are only in charge because former President Yonghong Li defaulted on loan repayments, so the club was effectively among repossessed assets.

The intention was always to get the club financially stable again before selling on to a different investor.

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Thursday August 1 2019
Fassone: 'Yonghong underestimated Milan'

Former Milan CEO Marco Fassone insists Yonghong Li “underestimated the task of repaying the loan, but the final balance was ultimately positive.”

Fassone was placed in charge when Chinese businessman Yonghong Li purchased the club from Silvio Berlusconi for €740m, ending a 30-year reign, and continued to reassure fans that there were no financial problems.

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