Arsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira is said to be on the wishlist of Italian club for a potential January switch. The Uruguay midfielder had been linked with a move to Milan all summer but it is understood that the Gunners refused to sanction a transfer for the midfielder.

Torreira was signed from Sampdoria last season and turned out to be a revelation for the club last season. The 24-year-old is a sturdy midfielder with the ability to break down opposition attacks and create transition plays with his passing abilities.


Arsenal are reportedly interested in a sensational swoop for Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez according news from England. Perez has been impressive for the Magpies this season and there have been speculations that the forward wants to leave the club in the summer.

Italian side AC Milan was believed to be the favourites for his signature but the interest of Arsenal has changed the narrative. Arsenal boss Unai Emery is expected to be given a tight budget in the summer and the Spaniard views Perez as a bargain signing.

Claudio Ranieri speaks after his interim appointment at AS Roma

Claudio Ranieri has said that he is pleased to make a comeback with AS Roma with whom he has plenty of history from his childhood days. The Italian tactician was appointed by the Giallorossi as the interim head coach earlier in the week after they took the decision to sack Eusebio Di Francesco following the club’s Champions League exit at the hands of Porto.

Speaking to Gianluca di Marzio, Ranieri spoke positively about his return to the Giallorossi and stated the club’s ambition to return to the Champions League next term, he said: “This a special but delicate moment - Roma's success will be decided over the next 12 match days, in which we will see if we can return to the Champions League. What do I ask of the fans? Stay close to the players because in the end, us fans are the ones who really suffer.

A New Resolution in the Team AC Milan

A new year always begins with a resolution in everybody’s mind. Everyone thinks to be better in each passing day. Even the team AC Milan from Italy also is thinking about the resolution for 2019.

The new members or players will be added to the team AC Milan in 2019. This was a thought came into club manager Gennaro Gattuso’s mind. He believes that his squad needs a new face. Now the question is which player is eliminated and the fans are eagerly waiting to see decent new faces.


AC Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso has declared that he is not upset that Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be making a return to the San Siro after the Big Swede confirmed that he will be staying with LA Galaxy for the upcoming season.
The manager has claimed that he is not a bit disappointed that the club’s potential deal for the former Manchester United forward fell through.

Zlatan had been tipped to return back to AC Milan this January, a club where he announced himself to the football world at a very tender age, but he has squashed the rumors saying he would rather remain in the Major League Soccer.


Serie A side AC Milan are set to raid Chelsea of two stars in the winter transfer window, as per reports. The Blues would not be as eager to lose its stars in the face of a possible four-window transfer ban recommended by FIFA.

This has not stopped Milan from attempting to lure former skipper Gary Cahill from Stamford Bridge. The 33-year old has barely gotten game time this season under coach Maurizio Sarri. The experienced player has settled for just cup competitions. With his contract set to expire at the end of the current season, the AC Milan deal would be an exciting idea for Cahill.

Suso believes in Gattuso

AC Milan winger Suso believes that former player GennaroGattuso is the right man for the club. The manager has come under intense critics in recent games after AC Milan has made a poor start to the season.

However, Suso believes that he is the right man for the job and that he is sure that the club’s situation will improve as the season goes by. He said that the club is now in a better place following the departure of the Chinese owners and that the club is better managed by the Elliot Management Corporation.


Chelsea star Jorginho is proving to be very different breed compared to former Premier League man Alberto Acquilani. There were fears that the Italian could go the way of his compatriot whilst in action for Chelsea. The 26-year old had a very good season at Napoli last term, and decided to follow his boss Maurizio Sarri to England for a fresh adventure.

Former Arsenal player turn pundit Paul Mersonwas concerned that the player could be another flop like Acquilani at Anfield. Acquilani came through the AS Roma youth system before making the senior team in 2003. He did well to catch the attention of the Kopites who made a big move for him in 2009 but the player failed to perform.

Radamel Falcao honoured by AC Milan transfer link

Radamel Falcao has said that he is honoured to be linked with a club of AC Milan’s calibre, though he is currently only focused on his job with AS Monaco and Colombia. In a recent interview with Premium Sport, the 32-year-old said: “I read and heard of Milan interest, so it is an honour that a club like that is tracking me. I follow Italian football and know that Milan are the second club in the world in terms of Champions League titles, but at the moment I am under contract with Monaco and am focused only on Monaco and Colombia. But it’s obvious that I like Italy and Italian football.”

The Rossoneri are understood to be eyeing a new midfielder, winger and a striker for the summer transfer window and they were surely be buoyed by the comments from Falcao. Nevertheless, the club are currently in UEFA trouble after their breach of the Financial Fair Play regulations and any penalties levied could hamper their chances of spending on fresh recruits without offloading a few.

Gennaro Gattuso Rules Out Another Big Splurge During The Summer

AC Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso has warned the club’s faithful not to expect another raft of signing during the summer transfer window. The Rossoneri were one of the big spenders in Europe last year as they brought in 11 different recruits, but this has not enhanced their chances of finishing in the top four.


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