A.C. Milan

  • Gattuso completes Milan return

    Gennaro Gattuso has completed his return to Milan as the club's new Primavera boss. The 39-year-old left the Rossoneri in 2012, joining Sion to continue his playing career before becoming player-manager at the Swiss side. Juve chief taunts Man Utd over Pogba fee He also enjoye...

    Gattuso completes Milan return

    Gennaro Gattuso has completed his return to Milan as the club's new Primavera boss. The 39-year-old left the Rossoneri in 2012, joining Sion to continue his playing career before becoming player-manager at the Swiss side. Juve chief taunts Man Utd over Pogba fee He also enjoyed coaching spells at Palermo, OFI Crete and Pisa, having left the latter this month following their relegation from Serie B. Gattuso had already claimed to be heading back to San Siro – where he won two Serie A titles – and Milan have now announced he has signed a two-year deal as Primavera coach. "I am so happy to have received this offer from sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli and from the club," said Gattuso. "I am coming back home after five years and I am ready to face this new challenge with the same dedication and grit which have always distinguished me, trying to instil all the players with the values needed to wear the red and black shirt."

  • Gattuso denies return to AC Milan is a '...

    Gennaro Gattuso does not believe his return to AC Milan should be considered a step back in his coaching career. Former Milan and Italy midfielder Gattuso has been appointed as the club's new youth team coach after leaving Pisa following their relegation from Serie B. Ronaldo c...

    Gattuso denies return to AC Milan is a 'step back'

    Gennaro Gattuso does not believe his return to AC Milan should be considered a step back in his coaching career. Former Milan and Italy midfielder Gattuso has been appointed as the club's new youth team coach after leaving Pisa following their relegation from Serie B. Ronaldo cozies up to model girlfriend Gattuso, who has also coached Swiss side Sion, Palermo and OFI Crete since hanging up his boots, was unable to keep Pisa in Italy's second division despite the team having the best defensive record in the league. And the 39-year-old believes the lessons he has learned in his first-team coaching career will be useful as he assists Vincenzo Montella at San Siro. "I am very happy," Gattuso told Mediaset Premium. "When I was asked at the beginning I thought about it, I spoke with [directors Massimiliano] Mirabelli and [Marco] Fassone. "It is not a step back, I think it's the right choice. I'm going back to a glorious club that wants to return to greatness. I hope to convey a sense of belonging and to help them improve. "Family is important, but the choice was made because I'll be back at a club who wants to come back to being great. I really liked the proposal to return as Primavera coach, I was thrilled. "I am the coach of the Primavera, but will be in close contact with the first team because you have to play with the same idea and to have the same identity. I will listen to the advice that Montella gives me, he's a great coach."

  • Keisuke Honda confirms AC Milan exit

    Keisuke Honda has confirmed he is to leave AC Milan at the end of the season, having scored against Bologna on Sunday. Why Hazard should reject Madrid Milan sealed a sixth-place finish and a spot in next season's Europa League with a 3-0 home Serie A victory, the Japan internat...

    Keisuke Honda confirms AC Milan exit

    Keisuke Honda has confirmed he is to leave AC Milan at the end of the season, having scored against Bologna on Sunday. Why Hazard should reject Madrid Milan sealed a sixth-place finish and a spot in next season's Europa League with a 3-0 home Serie A victory, the Japan international netting their second after coming off the substitutes' bench. But Honda has only made seven league appearances this season, starting once, and will move on after the last match of the club's season against Cagliari on May 28. "My dearest Milan supporters, thank you," he said in a message on Twitter. "It has been a challenging three and a half years but because of that I have been able to grow as a person. "I will be leaving Milan after this season, but I look forward to seeing you again soon.  "I may not be a player then, who knows in what way we will meet. In the meantime, I will continue to work hard every day to achieve my goals. Forza Milan!" Honda, 30, joined Milan from CSKA Moscow in January 2014. His announcement comes as Milan close in on the signing of Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio, who is undergoing a medical with the club.

  • Mateo Musacchio having AC Milan medical ...

    Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio is undergoing a medical with AC Milan as he closes in on a move to San Siro. Milan TV posted footage of the centre-back arriving at La Madonnina clinic and starting his physical tests while wearing club training gear on social media on Monday....

    Mateo Musacchio having AC Milan medical ahead of proposed switch from Villarreal

    Villarreal defender Mateo Musacchio is undergoing a medical with AC Milan as he closes in on a move to San Siro. Milan TV posted footage of the centre-back arriving at La Madonnina clinic and starting his physical tests while wearing club training gear on social media on Monday. Milan win race for PL target Kessie Reports in Italy suggest the Serie A club have agreed a deal that could eventually be worth €18 million to sign Musacchio and plan to give him a four-year contract. The 26-year-old has been with Villarreal since 2009, when he signed from River Plate. Milan finished the 2016-17 Serie A season sixth, meaning they will play in the Europa League next season after three years without qualifying for a continental competition. Musacchio arrives after playing 23 times in La Liga this season as Villarreal came fifth. He has six caps for Argentina.

  • AC Milan 3 Bologna 0: Deulofeu, Honda an...

    AC Milan beat Bologna 3-0 at San Siro on Sunday to clinch sixth place in Serie A and Europa League football for next season. Goals from Gerard Deulofeu, Keisuke Honda and Gianluca Lapadula secured victory for Milan, who are back in Europe after spending this season without conti...

    AC Milan 3 Bologna 0: Deulofeu, Honda and late Lapadula goals clinch Europa League spot

    AC Milan beat Bologna 3-0 at San Siro on Sunday to clinch sixth place in Serie A and Europa League football for next season. Goals from Gerard Deulofeu, Keisuke Honda and Gianluca Lapadula secured victory for Milan, who are back in Europe after spending this season without continental commitments. Vincenzo Montella insisted ahead of the match that Europa League qualification was Milan's main goal this term and the team celebrated joyously at the final whistle, hoisting their coach in the air in a scene usually reserved for title winners. The Rossoneri were in charge right from the off, but initially struggled somewhat going forward as Lapadula wasted a number of chances. It eventually mattered little, though, as Deulofeu and Honda made the difference after the break, before Lapadula bundled home in stoppage time after 90 minutes of toil. The striker was never far away from the action, but it had not looked like being his day for large parts and he ought to have opened the scoring when the ball somewhat fortunately fell to his feet after an attack involving Deulofeu and Carlos Bacca, but the Italian attacker somehow fired wide from 10 yards out. Lapadula continued to cause the Bologna trouble with clever runs in behind and he got another chance to break the deadlock at the half-hour mark, blasting a shot over the crossbar after being set up by Leonel Vangioni. The home side remained well on top after the break and Alessio Romagnoli was next to try his luck as Milan went in search of the opener, firing a powerful shot high and wide. Montella introduced Honda for Bacca in an attempt to add some more creativity to his midfield and the Japan international nearly rewarded his coach, forcing goalkeeper Antonio Mirante into a low save. Lapadula thought he had handed Milan the lead at last when he poked a shot past Mirante in the 67th minute, but the striker rightly saw his goal disallowed for offside. Milan would go a goal up after all in the 69th minute, though, as Deulofeu found the net with a superb finish, guiding a half-volley into the net after a clever ball over the top from Fernandez. The home side did not give their opponents any time to recover and Honda made it two just minutes later, curling a fantastic free kick past Mirante. An Lapadula had the final say well into additional time, slamming home from close range to begin the party at a sparsely populated San Siro.

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