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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers isn't saying. And his counterpart at Milan, Filippo Inzaghi, was only slightly less circumspect during Friday news conferences before their teams' training sessions on the stadium's football-turned-soccer field.
Reports last night suggested that Napoli boss Rafael Benitez had lined up a swoop to sign Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini .
The Brazilian club's president Eduardo Bandeira de Mello confirmed an interest in the forward but revealed that funds are not currently in place for the transfer to go through Flamengo president Eduardo Bandeira de Mello has announced that the club will not be able to sign Robinho without backing from investors.
It's the same every summer: The fans and the coaches at the game's biggest sides gather their hopes and optimism for the season ahead, wishing for the new campaign to begin, so the plans, signings and objectives for the new season can be put into place.
Orlando City may be looking to create a connection to its Brazilian fans, but two of the sexier names connected to the Lions won't be joining the team in 2015.
The agent of AC Milan youngster Zan Benedicic has confirmed that Leeds United are negotiating a loan switch for the midfielder.
He is now 30 years old, and his career never fit that billing. His last chance at European success was supposed to come in Milan.
Southampton and Inter Milan have agreed to a 'loan-swap' deal that will see Dani Osvaldo head for Milan, and Algerian midfielder Taider head to England.
The Frenchman has little doubt that the club will overcome their difficulties and challenge for top honours again under Filippo Inzaghi after a disappointing last 12 months Philippe Mexes is confident AC Milan are on the right track and will be competitive this season after a difficult 2013-14 season.
Philippe Mexes is confident AC Milan are on the right track and will be competitive this season after a difficult 2013-14 season.
Ghana midfielder Sulley Muntari has complete faith in the work of coach Filippo Inzaghi and has said that 'it is not nice to lose'.
The German-born Ghanaian, who is serving an indefinite suspension, says he is not going to retire from international football now, despite a strained relationship with officials.
According to reports in Italy, new Milan boss Filippo Inzaghi is looking for a talented left-footed winger this summer, and has made Ben-Arfa his number one target.
A candidate for president of the Italian football federation made a racist remark, and it doesn't matter.
Galliani originally said "there's a 99.9 percent chance of him staying," but on Monday he updated that number to " Galliani loves to use decimal figures to describe a player's chance of leaving or coming.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 09:41 pm
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