Sunday, July 24, 2016

Menez Leave AC Milan US Tour 2016 Due to Injury

Another injury issue apparently troubling AC Milan in this early stage of their preseason as Jeremy Menez is confirmed to be leaving their training camp in the US after picking up a calf injury during training session. Rossoneri announced that news on their official website, adding that the Frenchman will be heading back to Milanello for further examination. Menez will be joining the likes of Jose Mauri, Lionel Vangioni along with Gianluca Lapadula who all are currently recovering from their injury problems.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

AC Milan Weekend Transfer Rumors 2016: Napoli Asked for Bacca to Replace Higuain

The weekend rumors ratter regarding AC Milan started off with Carlos Bacca story as latest report from Italy suggesting that Napoli are now keen on the Colombian striker following strong rumors claiming Gonzalo Higuain is heading to Juventus. Partenopei reportedly have made a 20 million Euro offer plus a player, Omar El Kaddouri for Bacca, but Milan have turned it down as Rossoneri want 30 million Euro or nothing at all. As for the former Sevilla marksman himself, it seems like he won't mind going to Naples as they do offer Champions League football unlike West Ham.

Friday, July 22, 2016

Milan Tricky Start to Their New Serie A Season

AC Milan will have a pretty tough early fixtures in the new Serie A season as they will be facing Napoli on their second match, Lazio in fifth, Fiorentina sixth and Juventus ninth. The Rossoneri's opening fixture itself can be a tricky one as they are playing at home against Torino, which are being coached by Milan's former tactician, Sinijsa Mihajlovic. This tough early games however, could accelerate Rossoneri's transfer process though before the end of August as they surely won't want to have another disappointing season on their hands.

Milan Leaving for US Without Bacca and De Sciglio

In an interesting slight twist, AC Milan squad are heading to their US preseason tour without Carlos Bacca and also Mattia De Sciglio. Notably the bigger news would be regarding Bacca's omission from that called up squad for the states as he has been strongly linked with a potential departure this summer. As for De Sciglio, the player himself is still enjoying his extended holiday following Italy's deep run in Euro 2016 and won't be arriving at Milanello until July 28. From those reasoning, it's very safe for anyone to slightly thinking that the decision to leave out the Colombian international is related with Milan's transfer market.