Kessie’s penalty saves Milan from losing their unbeaten run


AC Milan manages to have a tie against Napoli. On Sunday both the teams met as Milan was looking forward to extendingtheir unbeaten journey after the resumption of the league. They have been doing great since the team has been back from lockdown. Their previous two matches which were against the top two spots of Serie A and Milan had secured victory against both of the team. Even though in the match against Napoliit seemed like the club was going to end their unbeaten run but was saved by the penalty goal from Franck Kessie.

Milan, with the victory, is closer to qualifying for the Europa League in the next season. For Napoli manager Gennaro Gattusothis was the first time he was meeting his old team in the field. He has spent in Milan as a player for 12 years and as manager of the club for one and half a season. He was enthusiastic on the field constantly shouting firing up his players during the game.

Donnarumma describes Ibrahimovic as a phenomenon


AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has described a phenomenon and also thinks that his own future will be at Milan. The player has been surrounded by speculations regarding interests from several other clubs. The player has been exceptional and with him emerging into the senior team during his teen days have grabbed him enough attention. There are many doubts whether the player will stay at the club or leave.

Milan has been quite struggling out on the pitch and they are no longer on the trail to victories. But they have somehow managed to bring back Ibrahimovic for his second spell to the club. He was transferred from LA Galaxy on the January transfer window. Even though his term with Milan has expired, he has extended it till the end of the current season.

Asmir Begovic heaps praise on Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s personality


AC Milan goalkeeper Asmir Begovic has praised the personality and leadership of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and believes the Swede makes everyone around him better. The 38-year-old returned to the Rossoneri on a short-term deal at the turn of the year following the expiry of his contract with Los Angeles Galaxy.

He has since bagged four goals and one assist from 10 outings for the club and talks are already underway over the possibility of extending his stay for another season. Speaking to Corriere dello Sport, Begovic said that the veteran strives to be the best everyday despite approaching the final hurdle of his professional career.

Pioli praises Superstar Ibrahimović by comparing with Federer


Stefano Pioli, head coach of AC Milan, has compared Zlatan Ibrahimović with the tennis star Roger Federer. The Swedish player joined Milan in January transfer window and has scored four goals this season before the suspension of football activity in Europe. He in the initial games itself has put forward the best game. Ibrahimović is one of the best strikers in the world and he has been the part of Ajax, Barcelona, Juventus, Inter Milan, Manchester United, and PSG in his career.

The 38-year-old has signed the deal to stay for the 2019–2020 season and his place at AC Milan for the next season is unclear with all the matches suspended due to coronavirus. Pioli has compared the striker with Federer because of the similarity of talent. He said that talent is an innate ability that needs to be developed. All the great sportspersons and artists have developed their talents. Roger Federer is one such example who is blessed with talent and has worked every day to become one of the greatest tennis players of all times.

Fulvio Collovati says Mauro Icardi is not a fantasy signing for AC Milan

Former AC Milan ace Fulvio Collovati believes Mauro Icardi could be lured to AC Milan from arch-rivals Inter but the progress won’t be a straightforward. The Argentina international is currently on a season-long loan at Paris Saint-Germain but he is expected to return to the Nerazzurri amid the dispute between Les Parisiens’ board and his agent.

Speaking to SportMediaset, Collovati, who made 193 appearances for the Rossoneri, insisted that a move for Icardi can’t be ruled out but admitted the process could be tedious with the financial impact due to the coronavirus pandemic. He added that football teams can no longer afford massive sums to recruit players and the market could be dominated with swap deals.

Pepe Reina speaks on his future after Aston Villa loan

Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina has said that he is unsure regarding his future when his loan contract with Aston Villa concludes in the summer. The shot-stopper joined the Villains on a short-term loan from AC Milan during the winter transfer window after goalkeeper Tom Heaton was ruled out for the rest of the season with a serious knee injury.

Reina has since made six league appearances for the west Midlands outfit where he has yet to keep a clean sheet. While the Spaniard has stood out with his performances in a couple of games, he has also been susceptible to making mistakes, which have cost the club in the form of goals. As such, it is unclear whether the Premier League club will sign him on a permanent deal this summer and when asked about his future, Reina quipped: “The loan expires on June 30 then I have one more year with Milan. But in football you never know, do you?.”


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AC Milan chief says Zlatan Ibrahimovic will decide his future with the Rossoneri

AC Milan sporting director Ricky Massara has said that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will decide his own destiny with the Serie A outfit. The former Sweden international joined the Rossoneri on a free transfer at the turn of the year but he only signed for the season with the option for a further 12 months.


Speaking to RAI Sport, Massara said that the Milan giants won’t decide the future of Ibrahimovic, who made his comeback with the Rossoneri after nine years, he told: “It’ll ultimately be up to him, how he feels and how long he wants to continue. He truly is a phenomenon, and we are very happy with his performance.”


Pioli open to the prospect of signing Ibrahimovic for AC Milan

AC Milan manager Stefano Pioli has opened to the possibility of signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the Rossoneri. The 38-year-old previously helped the Rossoneri win the Serie A title eight years ago and there are suggestions that the Swede could be reunited with the club when the transfer window reopens in the New Year.

Ibrahimovic has been in stunning form for LA Galaxy over the past two years where he has amassed 53 goals and he has recently hinted that a Serie A move could be on the cards when his contract expires at the end of December. Due to this, there have been frequent links with the Rossoneri but so far, the Milan giants have yet to make an approach for the marksman.

Ex-AC Milan manager takes charge at Napoli

Former AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso has been appointed as the new head coach of Serie A side Napoli. The Naples outfit have had a dismal campaign in the Italian top-flight and they find themselves in the seventh spot on the table with a staggering 17-point gap to table-toppers Inter Milan.

As a result, their title prospects are more or less over but they still have the chance of making the Champions League places, considering they are within eight points off fourth-placed Cagliari. Napoli recently took the decision to sack Carlo Ancelotti due to the league performance and his successor Gattuso has spoken about the need to finish in the top four this term.