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Mustafi set for Milan move?

AC Milan are said to be interested in signing Arsenal centre-back Shkodran Mustafi this summer. That is according to Italian publication Calcio Mercato who report that the Italian club are looking to replace 32-year old Columbian international Christian Zapata, and are willing to discuss a loan seal even if they cannot meet Arsenal’s asking price for the German international. Mustafi ...

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Higuain set for Juventus return

Chelsea will not be renewing Gonzalo Higuain’s loan spell at Stamford Bridge and he will be returning to Juventus once the season is over. The Argentine striker was lent by Juventus to AC Milan, but then was brought to England by Maurizio Sarri who knows the player well, having managed him when he was in charge of Napoli. However, he ...

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Leicester and Arsenal interested in Rennes star

Leicester City have joined Arsenal in the hunt for Rennes star Ismaila Sarr. The 21-year old impressed Gunners boss Unai Emery when the two sides met in the Europa League in March, with reports suggesting that Arsenal made contact with Rennes about the player’s availability after that tie. Sarr is likely to be a man in demand this summer. Under ...

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Bakayoko heading back to Chelsea

Midfielder Tiemoué Bakayoko looks like he is heading back to Chelsea at the end of the season. The 24-year old, who flopped during his first season at Stamford Bridge has been on a season-long loan with AC Milan. Initially he was criticised for his attitude by the Serie A club who threatened to terminate the agreement early. However, he had ...

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Newcastle identify potential Benitez replacement

One advantage that Gattuso has over previous Italians that have moved to England to manage in the Premiership is that he already speaks English. He spent a season in the late 1990s playing for Rangers, and his wife is Scottish. Newcastle United have identified a potential replacement for manager Rafael Benitez if he decides to leave at the end of ...

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AC Milan want to make Bakayoko move permanent

AC Milan want to convert the loan move of Tiémoué Bakayoko into a permanent deal. The 24-year old moved to Milan on a season-long loan from Chelsea in August last year, but initially struggled at Milan with the Italians threatening to terminate the agreement, because of his attitude in training and poor performances on the pitch. However, he has since ...

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AC Milan want Pochettino

AC Milan are the latest club to be linked with a summer move for Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino – and ironically it is an ex-Arsenal man who is behind the proposed swoop. Former Gunners chief executive Ivan Gazidis is now in charge in Milan, and he and his board have identified Pochettino as the preferred successor to Gennaro Gattuso reports ...

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Milan rivals target Pedro

Both Milan clubs – Inter and AC – are interested in signing Chelsea winger Pedro in the summer. The 31-year old forward is out of contract at the end of next season at Stamford Bridge, and now Chelsea face a struggle to hang on to him amidst the encouraging noises coming his way from Serie A. The reports will come ...

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Dejan Lovren wanted by Serie A sides

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A clutch of Serie A sides are interested in signing Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren in the summer. That is according to The Daily Mirror who report that AC Milan, Roma and Napoli are also monitoring the situation of the 29-year old at Liverpool. Lovren has lost his first-team place at Anfield this season, with Joe Gomez, when fit, and Joel ...

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Liverpool linked with move for former player

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Liverpool could be set to make a bid to sign former player Suso in the summer window. The 24-year old attacking midfielder is currently playing for AC Milan, where he has caught the eye this season in Serie A, scoring 6 goals and providing 5 assists. According to Calciomercato, the Anfield club tried to sign him in January, but were ...

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