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  • Deulofeu completes AC Milan loan signing

    Gerard Deulofeu will spend the rest of the season on loan to AC Milan after Everton confirmed the temporary deal has been completed. The former Barcelona winger had looked set to move to San Siro last week, only for the Toffees to contradict Milan who prematurely announced the s...

    Deulofeu completes AC Milan loan signing

    Gerard Deulofeu will spend the rest of the season on loan to AC Milan after Everton confirmed the temporary deal has been completed. The former Barcelona winger had looked set to move to San Siro last week, only for the Toffees to contradict Milan who prematurely announced the signing.  Wenger charged for referee rant But Everton revealed the transfer on Monday via Twitter, meaning Deulofeu will line up for the Rossoneri for the remainder of the 2016-17 campaign.  | @gerardeulofeu has joined @ACmilan on loan for the rest of the season. Good luck, Geri. https://t.co/axJ3fgMcye pic.twitter.com/ctuZIRfwgK — Everton (@Everton) 23 de enero de 2017 "Gerard Deulofeu has joined AC Milan on loan until the end of the season," the Merseysiders signalled on their official website. "The 22-year-old winger arrived at Goodison Park in the summer of 2013 on a season-long loan before returning on a permanent deal in July 2015. "He has scored eight goals in 75 appearances across his two spells and now moves to the San Siro looking to gain more game time after making 13 outings for the Toffees in the first half of 2016/17." Deulofeu joins Milan with the Italian giants currently seventh in the table after 20 games of the Serie A season.  A 2-1 home defeat to Napoli at the weekend leaves Vincenzo Montella's men no less than seven points adrift of third place, albeit having played a game fewer than the southern Italian side who occupy the final Champions League berth.

  • Deulofeu lands in Italy ahead of AC Mila...

    Gerard Deulofeu has arrived in Italy to finalise a transfer to AC Milan from Everton. The 22-year-old winger touched down at Malpensa airport on Sunday, where he was met by Rossoneri director Rocco Maiorino. Busquets stretchered off for Barca The former Barcelona man is expect...

    Deulofeu lands in Italy ahead of AC Milan move

    Gerard Deulofeu has arrived in Italy to finalise a transfer to AC Milan from Everton. The 22-year-old winger touched down at Malpensa airport on Sunday, where he was met by Rossoneri director Rocco Maiorino. Busquets stretchered off for Barca The former Barcelona man is expected to complete a medical on Monday ahead of completing an initial loan move to San Siro. "I am very happy to be here," he told the assembled media at the airport. "I chose Milan because it's a great club." Asked if he is excited to link up with former Spain Under-21 team-mate Suso, he added: "Yes, of course." Milan posted a tweet on Friday welcoming the arrival of Deulofeu, but it was later deleted and no confirmation over the transfer followed. Reports in England have claimed that Everton took a complaint directly to Milan, insisting that any agreement had yet to be ratified. Speaking ahead of Milan's defeat to Napoli on Saturday, CEO Adriano Galliani confirmed that talks were ongoing, though he would not speculate on whether a satisfactory conclusion would be reached. Everton manager Ronald Koeman stated this week that he would not stand in the way of a move for Deulofeu, who is eager for first-team football, having not played in the Premier League since the 3-2 defeat to Watford on December 10.

  • Napoli capable of greatness after beatin...

    Maurizio Sarri lauded Napoli following their win at AC Milan and claimed the Serie A high-flyers can become a great team. Ramos at the double as Madrid edge past Malaga Napoli scored twice in the first half as they upstaged Milan 2-1 in Saturday's enthralling fixture at San Sir...

    Napoli capable of greatness after beating Milan - Sarri

    Maurizio Sarri lauded Napoli following their win at AC Milan and claimed the Serie A high-flyers can become a great team. Ramos at the double as Madrid edge past Malaga Napoli scored twice in the first half as they upstaged Milan 2-1 in Saturday's enthralling fixture at San Siro. Two goals in nine minutes from Lorenzo Insigne and Jose Callejon inspired third-placed Napoli in Milan, with Juraj Kucka's 37th-minute goal not enough to derail Sarri and Co. And speaking afterwards, head coach Sarri - whose men are preparing for a Champions League last-16 tie against title holders Real Madrid - said Napoli are capable of greatness. "We showed our usual limitations, but there were steps forward, because we held out for the win and started to control the ball a bit better as time wore on," Sarri told Mediaset Premium. Zidane defends Ronaldo over dip in form "These lads have got to realise they have great potential, without losing their humility, and find that determination to become a great team. "We're already a good team, but can become great. "I did see a step forward in terms of mentality today and we showed maturity, so that's an excellent sign." Napoli are level on 44 points with second-placed Roma, who are due to play Cagliari on Sunday, after 21 games.

  • Callejon credits 'Maradona effect' as Na...

    Jose Callejon credited Diego Maradona for inspiring Napoli to a valuable 2-1 Serie A victory over Milan at San Siro. The Partenopei and Argentina great visited the club's training base in Castel Volturno this week to meet the players and head coach Maurizio Sarri ahead of a ru...

    Callejon credits 'Maradona effect' as Napoli down Milan

    Jose Callejon credited Diego Maradona for inspiring Napoli to a valuable 2-1 Serie A victory over Milan at San Siro. The Partenopei and Argentina great visited the club's training base in Castel Volturno this week to meet the players and head coach Maurizio Sarri ahead of a run of key matches, with a Coppa Italia quarter-final against Fiorentina and a Champions League last-16 meeting with Real Madrid to come in the next month. Maradona's influence certainly seemed to have helped as Lorenzo Insigne and Callejon struck inside the opening nine minutes of Saturday's game, with Napoli ultimately holding out for all three points despite Juraj Kucka halving the deficit. And the 29-year-old paid tribute to the former star's impact following what he believed was a performance that proved Napoli's potential to challenge for the Scudetto. "We deserved it. It's always difficult to play at San Siro but we showed we are a great team," he told Mediaset Premium. "Yes, there was a little of the 'Maradona effect'! "Milan are a great side, we were superb for the first 30 minutes but then they came back at us.  "We always want to improve, and coming here to win is proof of that. "We are trying to stay there [at the top] and to keep playing for it. We're working well, with the right mentality. We want to keep going." Milan CEO Adriano Galliani felt the match was a superb advert for Serie A, despite admitting that he had feared the very worst when Napoli raced into a 2-0 lead. "I am sad at the defeat, but it was a wonderful match," he told Milan TV. "The fans had fun; there weren't many jeers at the final whistle because they saw we gave our all against a great opponent. "We had chances but you have to accept the defeat if you don't take them. I went into the Napoli dressing room to compliment Maurizio Sarri, because he makes his team play really good football, just as Vincenzo Montella does. "We were fighting back again and I think the gap from us to the top teams has really whittled down now. If you'd have interviewed me after 10 minutes, I'd have thought it a nuclear disaster... You never know what will happen."

  • AC Milan 'still negotiating' over Deulof...

    AC Milan are still negotiating with Everton over the transfer of Gerard Deulofeu, CEO Adriano Galliani has said. Chapecoense make emotional return The Serie A giants posted a tweet on Friday welcoming the arrival of the winger, but it was later deleted and no confirmation over ...

    AC Milan 'still negotiating' over Deulofeu

    AC Milan are still negotiating with Everton over the transfer of Gerard Deulofeu, CEO Adriano Galliani has said. Chapecoense make emotional return The Serie A giants posted a tweet on Friday welcoming the arrival of the winger, but it was later deleted and no confirmation over the transfer followed. Reports in England have claimed that Everton took a complaint directly to Milan, insisting that the 22-year-old's future had not been finalised. Speaking ahead of Milan's key Serie A clash with Napoli on Saturday, Galliani confirmed that talks are ongoing and would not offer any hint as to whether the deal will go through. "I am authorised to say that the negotiations for Deulofeu are continuing," he told Mediaset Premium.  Asked if Milan were confident that the transfer will be concluded, he replied: "The only thing I can say is that the negotiations continue." Man City's best not good enough Everton manager Ronald Koeman stated this week that he would not stand in the way of a move for Deulofeu as he was keen to find the best option for the player. The former Barcelona winger has not played in the Premier League since the 3-2 defeat to Watford on December 10.

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