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 By PA Sport

Michael Essien completes signing for Panathinaikos

Michael Essien's contract at AC Milan has run its course.

Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien has signed for Panathinaikos after leaving AC Milan.

The 32-year-old was out of contract after 18 months at the San Siro and has been quickly snapped up by the Super League runners-up.

The club announced he has signed a two-year contract.

"I am very happy that I am here and that I will continue my career in Panathinaikos," Essien said on the club's website.

"I am looking forward to meet my new team and win trophies with my new team-mates. I want to give back...

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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.

"Thanks...

 By Ben Gladwell

AC Milan say Carlo Ancelotti has turned down coaching offer

A disappointing season for Real Madrid by their lofty standards, having failed to win La Liga or the Champions League and the campaign ending with the sacking of manager Carlo Ancelotti.
The ESPN FC crew assess Florentino Perez's current reign as Real Madrid's president and his tendency to fire managers at the club.
The ESPN FC experts discuss the possibility of Rafael Benitez taking over as Real Madrid's manager.
Spain coach Vicente del Bosque described former Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti as 'a man who made his mark in Spanish football'.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley is back from vacation and sounds off on Managers trying to be too clever for their own good.
The ESPN FC crew discuss Rafael Benitez's coaching career and the possibility of him taking over Carlo Ancelotti's job at Real Madrid.
The ESPN FC team talk about Florentino Perez's track record of sacking managers at Real Madrid.

Carlo Ancelotti has turned down the opportunity to return to coach AC Milan next season, the Serie A club have announced on Tuesday.

The former Real Madrid coach had held talks with Milan's general manager Adriano Galliani in Madrid last week, but after taking a few days to consider the offer, he called Galliani on Tuesday night to say he was turning him down.

Instead, the 55-year-old is expected to take a one-year break from the game to cure a long-standing back problem. He is due to undergo surgery...

 By Ben Gladwell

Carlo Ancelotti not the answer for AC Milan, says Leonardo

Leonardo was managed of AC Milan between 2009-2010.

Former AC Milan and Inter Milan coach Leonardo says the Rossoneri need more than just Carlo Ancelotti if they are to turn things around next season.

Ancelotti has taken time until Wednesday to assess an offer put to him by Milan's general manager Adriano Galliani on a visit to Madrid last week.

The Italian coach initially seemed to favour taking a year out after leaving Real Madrid, but Galliani may have tempted him to return to Milan.

The 55-year-old spent eight years with the Milanese club, guiding...

 By Ben Gladwell

Serie A changes start with Sinisa Mihajlovic Sampdoria exit

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti talks Serie A, and discusses all the talking points of the final week of the season in Italy

Sinisa Mihajlovic and Maurizio Sarri are set to get the coaching merry-go-round in Italy revolving after the former left Sampdoria and the Empoli coach hinted he may also be moving on this summer.

Udinese will also let head coach Andrea Stramaccioni leave the club after just one year when his contract expires at the end of June.

Rafael Benitez's departure from Napoli and the likelihood of Filippo Inzaghi being replaced at AC Milan mean two high-profile positions need to be filled this summer, and...