AC Milan reportedly have a deal in place to Argentine midfielder Lucas Biglia, his representative has revealed.
The former Anderlecht man has agreed personal terms with the Rossoneri nearly a month ago, and he will not waiting on a solution on his future. The Rossoneri have already signed the likes of Mateo Musacchio, Ricardo Rodriguez, Franck Kessie and Andre Silva on a combined £69m fee, and they look set to continue their spending spree with Sunderland’s Fabio Borini currently undergoing his medical examination.
Biglia has been constantly linked with a move elsewhere with Manchester United previously holding an interest in his services, and according to agent Enzo Montepaone, his client has set his sights on a move to San Siro. The Rossoneri have already shown their transfer ambitions under the new Chinese consortium, and Biglia’s capture may not be the end of it with several other high-profile players also on their radar. Read more… »
Amidst all the rumors and issues that are going on involving the future of the 18 year old superstar Gianluigi Donnarumma, something significantly big has emerged involving a retiree that used to perform in Ac.Milan.
Christian Abbiati used to perform for Ac.Milan from 1998 until 2016, during this period of time; he was able to life the UEFA Champions League and 3 Serie A pieces of silverware as well as a few other trophies.
In that time-lapse of 30 years. Abbiati managed to make over 250 appearances with the Italian club. There was a point in time when he was the undisputed 1st choice shot-stopper of Ac.Milan but his influence in San Siro was slowly diminishing as other players such as: Gianluigi Donnarumma and Diego Lopez were making more appearances in the first team.
During the Serie A season of 2015-16, Abbiati only performed for 71 minutes while Gianluigi Donnarumma enjoyed being at the pitch for 2,629 minutes and even Diego Lopez had a much more active role than Christian Abbiati who decided to retire at the end of the season.
It has recently been announced that the retiree has made his return to Ac.Milan as the club manager.
Ac.Milan confirmed it as they released a statement which read: “He will report directly to the club’s sporting and technical director Massimiliano Mirabelli and will be the liaison between the team and the club,” Read more… »