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Kondogbia's signing doesn't just benefit Inter, but Serie A as a whole

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti responds to Geoffrey Kondogbia's move to Inter Milan, where he believes Kondogbia was as good as Paul Pogba when he moved to Monaco.

The San Siro isn't the only stage for the Derby della Madonnina. Every now and again it is played in the transfer market, too.

Twelve years ago, Inter coach Hector Cuper went public with his desire for owner Massimo Moratti to sign "an imposing centre-back." Cuper went even further, identifying the ones he had in mind so there could be no misunderstanding. "A Jaap Stam or Alessandro Nesta," Cuper said. Alas, his wishes went unfulfilled. Both would join Milan, although not simultaneously, after...

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Why has AC Milan's transfer strategy failed so spectacularly this summer?

ESPN FC's Craig Burley asks if AC Milan's appointment of Sinisa Mihajlovic as manager is enough to turn the club around.

In the space of seven days, AC Milan have gone from being on the cusp of signing two players that could have formed an exciting new core to to seeing those targets join other clubs. CEO Adriano Galliani insisted that they saved nearly €75 million after missing out on their targets, and added that only time will tell whether or not that is a good or bad thing.

With Geoffrey Kondogbia joining Inter and Jackson Martinez's move to Atletico Madrid "finalised," according to the player's agent,...

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Sinisa Mihajlovic must get Stephan El Shaarawy on track at AC Milan

AC Milan have appointed Sinisa Mihajlovic as manager after sacking Filippo Inzaghi.
AC Milan have appointed Sinisa Mihajlovic as manager after sacking Filippo Inzaghi.

The worst-kept secret in football finally became a reality on Tuesday as Milan dismissed Filippo Inzaghi after just one season in charge. While Pippo will now search for a new adventure, his successor has plenty to think about after he is eventually appointed.

Mihajlovic was present at Casa Milan shortly after the Inzaghi announcement was made to sign a deal to become the new coach of the Rossoneri.

After spells at Bologna, Catania and Fiorentina, but more recently and most notably with Sampdoria,...

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Big-spending AC Milan must not neglect biggest weakness

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol is at odds with the reports as to why Jackson Martinez would sign with struggling AC Milan.
ESPNFC's Craig Burley tells Alexis Nunes that a return to AC Milan for Zlatan Ibrahomovic wouldn't make footballing sense.

In all of the excitement of the past week, all concerned with Milan can be forgiven for leaving their troubles behind and focusing on the high-profile names linked with the club.

From Jackson Martinez all but sealing a move to the San Siro to Zlatan Ibrahimovic being linked with a return this summer, there is an obvious emphasis on strengthening the front line. Monaco midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia has regularly been linked with a switch to Italy, too.

However, without wanting to spoil the party entirely,...

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AC Milan fans excited amid takeover talk and transfer speculation

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the takeover at AC Milan and its implications.

It may have taken three years of frustration and anger to get to this point, but for the first time in a long while Milan supporters have been given hope that the club is heading in the right direction.

A new stakeholder has brought new impetus and several new faces are reportedly on their way in what promises to be a busy summer.

It all started with Bee Taechaubol securing a 48 percent stake in the Rossoneri last week, with the Thai businessman now expected to play a pivotal role in growing the...

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Ancelotti's refusal leaves Milan with a difficult decision

The waiting game for a new manager at AC Milan continues.
The waiting game for a new manager at AC Milan continues.

After several meetings and the best efforts of CEO Adriano Galliani, former coach Carlo Ancelotti will not be returning to Milan this summer. The Italian tactician gave his final answer on Tuesday, which draws the situation to a disappointing close after weeks of optimism.

A statement released by Milan confirmed that the former Real Madrid coach had told the club that he could not accept the position for next season. Meanwhile, Ancelotti took to Twitter to confirm the news himself.