Experiencing a rather good season so far with AC Milan, head coach, Vincenzo Montella is eyeing for much longer stay at the San Siro based club. The tactician, who at the end of 2016 won his first title with Milan after lifting Italian Super Cup, stated in his latest interview that he is enjoying himself at Milanello. Albeit his team suffering a slight dip early in the year which puts them sitting seventh in current table, Montella is quite delighted with how his players have shown significant improvement especially in creating strong foundation in their playing style.
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Thursday, August 25, 2016
AC Milan Midweek Transfer Updates (Thursday, August 25, 2016): Milan Closing On Palisic, Romagnoli Not for Sale
There's some interesting development in this last few days of the summer transfer market for AC Milan as Rossoneri continue their search for new midfield players that can be deployed by Vincenzo Montella. The latest name being mentioned is young Chelsea midfielder, Mario Pasalic, who spent last year on loan with Monaco, though he didn't managed to finish the season playing with them due to back injury. Pasalic has the technical and tactical tool to play Montella's type of football, but his current fitness condition will be evaluated thoroughly by Milan before they signed the midfielder on loan.
Monday, August 22, 2016
AC Milan started off their new season with a thrilling 3-2 victory over Torino, in a game that filled with many positives along with some negatives which is still common considering its just the first fixture of Italian Serie A. It was definitely an interesting match in the end, though that tie can easily turn into a comfortable rout for Rossoneri, but it seems that their lack of fitness level along with that classic mental issues somewhat troubled them near the end. Now lets try to divide the positive along with negative aspect that can be seen from Milan's Serie A opener.
Thursday, August 18, 2016
New AC Milan midfielder, Jose Sosa, might not be someone that sparks enthusiasm of all Rossoneri fans, but he could very well be the player who can help Vincenzo Montella immediately transmitting his football idea on the pitch. Having the experience of playing with Bayern Munich, Napoli, Atletico Madrid and also Besiktas, the Argentinian did have some problems at the early stage of his career before eventually blooming during his last two years. Now, arriving to Milan at 31-year-old, Sosa hopes that he can transmit his recent maturity and experience to help the Red and Black squad getting back into European football.