In the game against Udinese, Brahim Diaz was given the chance from start as Hakan Calhanoglu is still struggling with an injury.However, the Spaniard didn’t exactly impress and this is reflected in the team selection.
Some good news has arrived regarding the fitness of Ante Rebic and the winger is not set for a spell out, according to a report.
Gianluigi Donnarumma is one of three players to receive praise from Tuttosport in their player ratings after last night’s game against Red Star.
Stefano Pioli’s decision to opt for a half-rotation of sorts during last night’s game against Red Star has been questioned by the media.
Milan managed to seal a spot in the last 16 of the Europa League this evening, knocking out Red Star Belgrade with 3-3 on aggregate.The Rossoneri, in other words, needed the away goals to advance.
AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli will adopt the route of cautious turnover for tonight’s game against Red Star in the Europa League, a report claims.
A few key players will get a rest tomorrow night as AC Milan host Red Star in the second leg of their Europa League Round of 32 clash, according to Sky.
AC Milan head coach Stefano Pioli will give Zlatan Ibrahimovic a bit of a rest during tomorrow’s Europa League game against Red Star, a report claims.
Rade Krunic has spoken to Milan TV ahead of tonight’s game against his boyhood club Red Star at the Marakana in the Europa League Round of 32 first leg.
Stefano Pioli is set to use the full depth of his squad for AC Milan’s trip to face Red Star Belgrade on Thursday night.
Rade Krunic is relishing the Europa League tie against Red Star Belgrade given it is the team he grew up supporting, he has revealed. The game will be a big chance for Krunic to once again show that the management are right for continuing to show faith in him given he seemed almost certain for a January exit due to a lack of playing time. Despite this, head coach Stefano Pioli appears to view him as a functional and versatile member of his squad and numerous reports suggest he will be starting in the attacking
AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli is set to make a number of changes to the starting XI to face Red Star compared to the Spezia line-up, a report claims. Milan fell to their first away league defeat of the season as they were beaten 2-0 by Spezia by Spezia on Saturday and they will have to respond well in Belgrade to regain some confidence ahead of Sunday’s derby. According to the latest from broadcaster Sky Italia, Pioli is set to give Gianluigi Donnarumma the nod to start in goal with Pierre Kalulu, Alessio Romagnoli,
AC Milan midfielder Rade Krunic has revealed the position he feels most comfortable in, and discussed taking advantage of the chances he is given. The latest reports suggest that Krunic could well get the nod tomorrow night as Milan take on Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League Round of 32 first leg, with head coach Stefano Pioli eyeing some rotation in order to keep legs fresh ahead of Sunday’s crucial derby. It has not been the easiest of seasons for the Bosnia international as he has struggled to make
This will be Rade Krunic’s second and last season at AC Milan as things stand, with the midfielder reportedly heading towards a summer exit. As MilanLive writes, Krunic had suitors both last summer and in January and could have left Milan, but head coach Stefano Pioli considers the former Empoli man as a wild card who can play virtually every midfield role. However, the playing time available for the Bosnian could be further reduced between now and the end of the season as Kessie, Bennacer, Tonali and Meite
Jens Petter Hauge could try his hand at a new position in order to help AC Milan fill a void on the other flank, according to a report. As MilanNews writes, Hauge’s exclusion from the UEFA Europa League squad list for the knockout rounds earlier this week amazed fans and the media alike. It is a choice that is based on numbers in each position, but the reaction on social media suggests that leaving Rade Krunic out would have been a more popular choice, though the Bosnian is certainly more flexible. The Norwegian
AC Milan playmaker Hakan Calhanoglu will almost certainly miss Saturday’s game in Bologna, according to the latest from Sky Italia. The broadcaster (via MilanLive) are reporting that Calhanoglu has tested positive for Coronavirus in the most recent test he carried out, and therefore he will not return to training tomorrow and will not leave with the team for Bologna. Some patience is of course needed because of the complex nature of the virus, but it usually takes 13-14 days for players to come back, and although
Parma closed the signing of Andrea Conti from AC Milan last week but want to sign two more Rossoneri players, a report claims. This morning’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanLive) reports that Parma have asked for two other players from Milan, namely defender Mateo Musacchio and midfielder Rade Krunic. The Rossoneri are half open to this possibility as they are more than willing to let Musacchio leave, given that his contract expires at the end of the season so getting any kind of fee for him would be a success.
AC Milan’s business with Parma may not yet be done as they are interested in a couple of Rossoneri outcasts, according to a report. Calciomercato.com reports that the Rossoneri are now focusing on the outgoing market having plugged some gaps in the squad. After the arrival of Mandzukic, Lorenzo Colombo could be allowed to leave on loan with Cremonese and Brescia in contention. However, particular attention must be paid to Parma who – after closing the Andrea Conti deal – have asked about two other players.
Pioli reveals what he expects from Atalanta, praises several players and thanks management for signings
AC Milan boss Stefano Pioli is expecting a very tough game from a stuttering Atalanta side on Saturday, and confirmed the arrival of Tomori. Sky Italia (via MilanNews) confirmed earlier today that for the game against La Dea there will be five players missing: Ismael Bennacer, Matteo Gabbia, Alessio Romagnoli, Alexis Saelemaekers and Hakan Calhanoglu. However, Theo Hernandez, Ante Rebic and Rade Krunic are all back as they no longer have Coronavirus (Theo was a false positive) while Rafael Leao is no longer