A.C. Milan

  • 'No chance' Suso will join Inter, insist...

    There is "no chance whatsoever" of Suso joining Inter, according to AC Milan's sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli. The Spanish forward has become one of Milan's stars in recent years after departing Liverpool and finding his footing in Serie A. A six-goal, one assist camp...

    'No chance' Suso will join Inter, insist Milan

    There is "no chance whatsoever" of Suso joining Inter, according to AC Milan's sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli. The Spanish forward has become one of Milan's stars in recent years after departing Liverpool and finding his footing in Serie A. A six-goal, one assist campaign season in 2015-16 for Genoa has been followed up by Suso tallying 13 goals and 16 assists for the Rossoneri over the past two campaigns.  His six goals and seven assists this season contributed to the team's success, but Milan failed to challenge for a Champions League place after spending heavily, finishing sixth in Serie A. In addition, the Rossoneri are set to miss out on Europa League football after UEFA banned them in relation to a breach of Financial Fair Play and licensing regulations, though the club are appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. There has been speculation that Suso, under contract until 2022, could depart - potentially to city rivals Inter - but Mirabelli has made it clear that no such deal will happen, though he did admit Suso does have a release clause for teams outside of Italy. Speaking at a news conference, he said: "I can assure you there's no chance whatsoever he's going to Inter. "It's true he has a release clause valid for non-Italian clubs, but he has always said he wants to stay here with us and we are relying on him." Speaking in May, Suso had said he was content to stick with Milan as long as they continued to show ambition. Despite the possible lack of European football next season, Milan has been busy making additions for the coming season. Former Barcelona midfielder Alen Halilovic joined the club after a two-year loan with Hamburg, while Pepe Reina and Ivan Strinic have arrived on free. 

  • AC Milan snap up ex-Barcelona playmaker ...

    AC Milan have signed 22-year-old midfielder Alen Halilovic from Hamburg on a three-year contract as Gennaro Gattuso prepares his squad for the 2018-19 Serie A campaign. The highly rated Croatia international scored two goals in 20 La Liga appearances for Las Palmas last season a...

    AC Milan snap up ex-Barcelona playmaker Halilovic

    AC Milan have signed 22-year-old midfielder Alen Halilovic from Hamburg on a three-year contract as Gennaro Gattuso prepares his squad for the 2018-19 Serie A campaign. The highly rated Croatia international scored two goals in 20 La Liga appearances for Las Palmas last season as he completed a two-year loan spell, having played just six league games for Hamburg. Now he will be tasked with adding to a new-look Milan squad under Gennaro Gattuso that will set its sights on the Champions League next season after an extended period away from European competition.  A surprise signing, a young talent: AC Milan have signed Alen Halilovic to build on the desire to create a stronger and younger team," the Rossoneri signalled in a statement released on their official website.  "Alen has great potential, though his career has not yet flourished. He arrives in Serie A fully motivated, ready for that boost following his spell in La Liga. "Left-footed, 169cm tall and 69 kilos, he is a creative and technical player with playmaking ability in the tight space, capable of operating throughout the midfield as no.10, winger or holding midfielder offering, therefore, a range of tactical solutions to Rino Gattuso. "The young Croatian tends to move in from the right threatening in the middle with abilities to break through the line. Welcome, Alen!" After starting his career at Dinamo Zagreb, Halilovic joined Barcelona in 2014 and made one appearance for the club in the Copa del Rey. His arrival at San Siro follows that of goalkeeper Pepe Reina and left-back Ivan Strinic, both on free transfers.

  • Atletico Madrid and Sevilla 'closest' to...

    AC Milan's Nikola Kalinic has been in talks with Atletico Madrid and Sevilla regarding a transfer, according to sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli. Kalinic, 30, scored only six goals in 31 Serie A appearances last season, following his move from Fiorentina. And it seems M...

    Atletico Madrid and Sevilla 'closest' to Kalinic, says Mirabelli

    AC Milan's Nikola Kalinic has been in talks with Atletico Madrid and Sevilla regarding a transfer, according to sporting director Massimiliano Mirabelli. Kalinic, 30, scored only six goals in 31 Serie A appearances last season, following his move from Fiorentina. And it seems Milan are already happy to cut their losses on the forward, who arrived on an initial load deal with an obligation to buy for €25 million (£22m/$29m). Speaking to Sky Sports Italia, Mirabelli said: "We have many top players and some of them have received a few offers. Kalinic is also wanted by many clubs, Atletico and Sevilla are the closest teams right now." Kalinic has already had a turbulent close season, having been sent home from Croatia's World Cup squad after reportedly refusing to come off the bench in their opening victory against Nigeria. In his absence, Croatia have reached the quarter-finals, where they face Russia on Saturday.

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