AC Milan suffered a big dent to their quest to win the Italian Serie A this seasonafter they were beaten at home by Sassuolo. The Rossoneri missed out on the chance to secure the summit on the league table after the failure to get a result at home to Sassuolo despite taking the lead.

Milan began the latest round of Italian Serie A games in second place with 32 points from 13 matches. They had the same number of points with league leaders Napoli with an inferior goal difference.

Liverpool are the team to beat in the Group of Death after they started their campaign with two straight wins. The Reds are in the Champions League’s Group of Death this season alongside Italian Serie A club AC Milan, Portuguese side FC Porto and Spanish La Ligateam Atletico Madrid.


A lot of people have been assessing AC Milan's squad quality in order to find out whether or not they have a solid enough credential to win the Italian Serie A title this season. The Italian giants have not been able to win the league crown in a long time now and even though they keep making good use of the transfer window to sign new players to the squad, they have still not been able to prove that they have a squad strong enough to win the title. It's a new season already and as the Italian league will kick off its season officially this weekend, Milan know that they must start on the front foot and maintain that consistency if they want to become champions.


Rossoneri as the backup right-back option for Davide Calabria.

Calabria established himself as the first choice right-back at AC Milan last season as the club returned to the Champions League stage after finishing the latest Italian Serie A campaign in second place. Milan are said to be in the market for a new right-back to complement Calabria whenever he needs rest or he's injured and Florenzi has been discussed. The interest of AC Milan in Florenzi was revealed by Italian publication La Nazione.


Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has reportedly expressed his wish to continue his career at AC Milan after the expiration of his loan deal at the club this summer. The young Portuguese right-back left Olaf Trafford during last season's summer transfer window and joined the Italian Serie A giants on a loan deal that saw him spend the entirety of this season at the San Siro.

However, he wants to further explore Italy and has been reported to be highly open to the idea of sealing a permanent transfer to the Milan outfit. Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær has already revealed that he would love to welcome the defender back to Old Trafford as he wants to continue building a team capable of winning the Premier League next season, and that means having at least two top players for each position in the squad.


Italian Serie A giants AC Milan have revived their interest and will return to make a move for Atletico Madrid midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, as per multiple reports. The Milan giants have set the midfield position as a place of priority to continue their squad improvement, and they will reportedly do everything they can to convince the midfield star to move to Italy.

This is not the first time the midfielder will be linked to Milan, as he came under the club's radar in the summer transfer window of 2015 when the club courted him but failed to land him. As at then, he was worth a staggering £40 million but having seen his career dipped in the last years, that figure is expected to drop significantly.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic's return to the starting lineup means Milan manager Stefano Pioli has more firepower in attack and would be pleased with that welcoming piece of news. The big Swede will be joined by Hakan Calhanoglu in the returnees list as both players would be looking to play a big part in helping the Milan outfit advance to the next stage of the UEFA Europa League.

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The transfer window is currently closed for business but that does not stop rumors and transfer-related conversations from making the rounds. Although there can't be any transfers for now until the summer, it is an opportunity for managers to continue the search for their transfer targets whether they want to spend big or not.

One of such managers is Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel. The manager, having replaced the sacked Frank Lampard, joined a club that is already filled with raw talents and footballing stars. However, just like every other manager before him, and the ones that will come after, he is expected to still make his additions.


AC Milan are actively looking to sign a new centre back in this January transfer window as they have finally decided to address the depth issue in that area of the field. Several media outlets have reported their quest to sign at least one central defender in the current window. AC Milan are having a fine season that could end with a first league title in a decade. The Rossoneri have a three-point lead over city rivals Inter Milan on the league table after 17 games. Inter Milan are the closest team to AC Milan at the summit.

Italian transfer news platform Tuttomercatoweb (TMW) has reported on the centre back targets for AC Milan since the January transfer window. The latest report from the platform has revealed the four-man shortlist of centre back targets made by club officials. Here are the four targets:


Some great clubs have recently struggled to replicate their form of the last two decades. One of such clubs is AC Milan. The Italian giants have experienced torrid periods in recent years and have been a shadow of their former selves.
However, this season, they seem to have boarded the right ship and are currently sailing in the waters of some sublime form. The return of Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic has sparked a turnaround at the club, and they're currently in a superb run of form.

They remain unbeaten in Serie A this season after 7 games, winning five and drawing just two in the process. In those seven games, they have scored sixteen goals and conceded 7 in return.


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