AC Milan: A Glorious Legacy in Italian Football

AC Milan, one of Italy’s most iconic football clubs, boasts a storied legacy that has left an indelible mark on the world of football. Founded in 1899, the Rossoneri, as they are affectionately known, have achieved unparalleled success both domestically and internationally. This article delves into the key aspects of AC Milan’s legacy, exploring its rich history, legendary players, and enduring influence.

Historic Beginnings


AC Milan Was into the Last 16 As PSG Was Knocked Out

PSG is no longer in the UEFA competition as AC Milan progress to the next stage. It has ignited various bits of gossip about players leaving the group throughout the late spring move window. A loan agreement with PSG may pique the interest of AC Milan. One of the midfielders that Luis Camps, the sports advisor, brought into the club was Renato. Although, Renato Sanches may be left permanently. L’Equipe says that PSG may let go of Sanches and AC Milan have the chance of getting the striker. There is, however, a catch, the Italian team might not be interested in buying the player outright. Milan might be keener for a loan deal instead.

In the competition’s last 16, Milan defeated Spurs 1-0 over two legs to advance to the round of eight alongside Inter and Napoli, as well as holders Real Madrid and Benfica, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Bayern Munich. At UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, the draw for the quarterfinals and semifinals was held without any restrictions on who could face whom. As a result, it was possible to draw a team from the same Serie A, which was what transpired. The Rossoneri will play at San Siro for the first leg, while the winner of the tie will face the winner of Inter vs. Benfica. Milan and Napoli were the last two balls drawn. Read more… »

AC Milan Director Defends Team Performance


Paolo Maldini, director of AC Milan, came out to speak after the defeat of the club at the hands of Lazio in a recent Serie A match. It was indeed a humiliating defeat for the team since Lazio defeated them with a score of 4-0. With such a result Rossoneri now has a score of five games without a single win. They suffered a defeat against Roma with a score of 2-0. They also got defeated at the hands of Coppa Italia and against Super Coppa.

It was probably this series of defeats that made Maldini speak up. He came to the media to discuss what would be planned. Also, he talked about how Milan is being linked to Nicolo Zanioli. He stated that this moment was different from what it was last year. In the latter, they were vying for the title. He also stressed the fact that they needed to find team spirit. They had won the Scudetto and returned to the Champions League tournament. At that time the team was playing within parameters. Read more… »

AC Milan Looks at Talents to Strengthen Midfield Positions


AC Milan has been active in the transfer market this January. One opportunity might land from Spain for this team. Currently, the team is looking to make inclusions in the attacking positions. Two players who are returning to this position are Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Divock Origi. There is, however, no guarantee that either of these two players can make significant contributions. That is because the Belgian player has injury problems while the Swede player might be past his prime playing years.


Milan might not be able to spend big on players this season. However, they are looking to include names such as that Arnaut Danjuma. He has amassed several appearances in Premier League games including two goals this very season. His contract with Villareal is set to expire. He is also interested in Everton. Rossoneri is probably going to attempt to sign him. This will be probably by end of the transfer window when the Dutchman has not been signed on by any other club.  Read more… »

AC Milan Greeted by Cardinale on Christmas


Gerry Cardinale, the new owner of AC Milan, had sent the Christmas message to the club’s employees. In his message, he praised them for their important work. AC Milan had a successful year in 2022 as they won the Scudetto for the first time in more than 10 years and advanced to the Champions League’s knockout stages. It bodes well for Cardinale and their future, with his Redbird Capital, and appears as if they have invested at the right time.

The club holidays are going to begin, and Cardinale planned to send a message to the club’s employees. He mentioned that he is going to do everything possible to put Milan’s potential to use. He sends out a message that a special year is coming to an end that marked the first steps in the history of Milan, along with the emotion to win the Scudetto. It is a story that everyone is contributing to with significant involvement and which he, in turn, feels committed to nurturing and using the full capabilities of RedBird. Read more… »


After the disappointment in the Champions League against Chelsea, Milan travelled away from home to face Hellas Verona and managed to take all three points, keeping themselves close to Napoli in the standings and especially after the 0-0 draw between Udinese and Lazio which allowed the Rossoneri to jump in third place.

There weren’t many changes in the starting XI for Pioli with the most notable one being Yacine Adli picking up his first start since joining the club, pushing Brahim Diaz to play on the right instead of down the middle. Ismael Bennacer also got a rest as he sat on the bench allowing Rade Krunic to slot in the middle with Sandro Tonali. Here are three things we learned… Read more… »


The all-time highest goalscorer’s record for the France senior national team currently held by Arsenal legendThierry Henry is under serious pressure from AC Milan star Olivier Giroud after he scored during the 2-0 win over Austria for the French team. The AC Milan striker was the recipient of the second goal as France recorded their first win of the UEFA Nations League this season.

France had been very poor in the Nations League this season until the home game against the Austrians. The world champions didn’t win any of their first four games. They secured their first victory of the season in the competition at the fifth time of asking. France are in Group A1 alongside Austria, Denmark and Croatia. They led in their first group game at home to Denmark only for them to concede twice in the second half and lose 2-1. In their second group game, France played out a 1-1 draw with hosts Croatia. For their third game in Group A1, France also played out a 1-1 draw at the home of Austria. In their fourth group game, Croatia secured an impressive 1-0 away win over France. Read more… »


Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb are ahead of the likes of AC Milan, Chelsea and Red Bull Salzburg in Group E after the first set of games in the group. Dinamo Zagreb are widely seen as the least ranked team in the group, but they have a two-point lead at the top after the first two games in the group.

Dinamo Zagreb were drawn in Group E with immediate past European champions Chelsea,AC Milan and Red Bull Salzburg after the Champions League group stage draw was held last month. They began their campaign in the group with a slim win over massive favourites Chelsea. It was a stunning win for the Croatians thanks to the first half strike from Miroslav Orsic. Chelsea came into the game as overwhelming favourites before they went on to suffer a third successive defeat away from home. The Blues had been beaten at Leeds United (3-0) and Southampton (2-1)on the road before the Dinamo Zagreb game. Read more… »


AC Milan began their Italian Serie A title defense with a win after they came from behind to see off Udinese at home in a game played last weekend. Milan and Udinese on the opening weekend of the new Italian Serie A season. AC Milan are the new champions in the Italian top flight after they won the league title for the first time in a little over a decade ahead of city rivals Inter Milan. Inter Milan were the Italian Serie A champions before they were dethroned by AC Milan at the end of last season.

Milan were heavy favourites for the home game with Udinese on Saturday, but things go as planned after the visitors took the lead. It took Udinese just two minutes to score the first goal of the game courtesy Brazilian defender Rodrigo Becao. Milan were behind for just nine minutes before they were given a lifelinevia a penalty. Frenchman Brandon Soppy was adjudged to have fouled Davide Calabria in the Udinese box and Theo Hernandez scored the resulting penalty to level proceedings. Read more… »


According to Il Tempo (, Jose Mourinho’s Roma have been offered the chance to sign Chelsea ace Tiemoue Bakayoko, who is currently on loan at AC Milan. But the Frenchman isn’t on top of Roma’s list with the Serie A side considering other options as well. The Giallorossi have already signed midfielder Nemanja Matic on a free transfer from Manchester United, who is set to be a starter under Mourinho, given that the Portuguese is a long-term admirer of the Serbian. However, they want to add another player in that position and are currently in the transfer market for the same.

As per the aforementioned report, Paris Saint-Germain outcast Georginio Wijnaldum is on their list and the club are exploring the possibility of getting him on board. The Dutchman would perfectly fulfil Roma’s needs but they might struggle to match the salary he currently earns with the French giants. Read more… »