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Croatian Hotshot Andrej Kramaric Admits Milan Desire

AC Milan and Inter Milan will reportedly make a move for HNK Rijeka striker Andrej Kramaric, who admitted that he would like to play for either of the Milan giants in the near future. The 23-year-old has been linked with a switch to Serie A in the coming months according to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport as his current deal is due to expire at the end of the season. The Croatian forward has appreciated the prospect of playing at San Siro in a recent interview with MilanNews.it. “As football is my life, it would be great one day to play with one of the two Milanese clubs,” Kramaric told. “It would be great to follow my compatriots’ footsteps – people like Zvonimir Boban, Alen Boksic, Robert Jarni and Milan Rapaic have all left their mark in Italy. And also Mateo Kovacic is doing very well at Inter.” “Pippo Inzaghi has been a great player and not many had the same instinct […] Read more »

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Filippo Inzaghi: Fernando Torres Will Eventually Come Good For AC Milan

Sampdoria host AC Milan in a battle for European places at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris on Saturday night. After a positive start to the season, the Rossoneri have stalled in recent games and were comfortably beaten 2-0 at home by Palermo in the last round of fixtures. Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi insists that his side needs time to get things right and calls for supporters to be patient. “It takes patience,” Inzaghi told reporters ahead of his side’s visit to Sampdoria.”It would be nice if we could be perfect right now, but I’m not worrying. Against Palermo we never lacked in desire.” “There are little things we need to improve.There’s been a great reaction, and we’ll use that, starting tomorrow. Tomorrow you’ll see a return to the Milan that we saw only a short time ago.” “At the end of December we’ll look at the table and take stock of the situation. Every possibility is still there for us.The team […] Read more »

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Juventus and AC Milan Looking At Defensive Recruitments – Report

Juventus and AC Milan are looking to strengthen their respective defensive departments in the January transfer window and are tracking a number of options. Massimiliano Allegri has to deal with a lot of injuries in his squad and it is the defense which is mostly worrying him. Andrea Barzagli has not featured this season after his toe surgery and is not expected to make a comeback before the New Year. Martin Caceres suffered a thigh injury against Roma in the league game back in October and is likely to return after the international break. Angelo Ogbonna deputized admirably in an un-fancied right side of a back three but he also picked up an injury against Empoli last Saturday. Allegri was reportedly thinking before the start of the season to use Luca Marrone in defence but unfortunately he has not recovered from incessant muscle injuries. With the Bianconeri one injury or suspension away from a crisis, Juventus are actively looking for […] Read more »