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Gerard Deulofeu finding his feet but AC Milan stand to lose out in long-term

FC's Gab Marcotti examines Gianluigi Donnarumma's future at AC Milan following the latest delay in the sale of the club.
Gerard Deulofeu, far left, celebrates his first league goal for AC Milan.
Gerard Deulofeu is impressing in Serie A on loan at AC Milan from Everton.

Since his arrival at AC Milan in January, Gerard Deulofeu has been a breath of fresh air at the club as he has become a focal point in Vincenzo Montella's side. The Italian tactician made it his task to identify why the 23-year-old hasn't fulfilled his potential as of yet, and he's gradually bringing it out of him.

A single goal and three assists in nine Serie A outings doesn't scream out as being a game-changer as such, but the Spaniard has added so much to the team. From being left frustrated...

Gianluigi Buffon is far from finished after 1,000 games between the posts

Gianluigi Buffon has spoken ahead of the next milestone in his illustrious career, his 1000th career match.

As Juventus flew to Portugal last month for the first leg of their round-of-16 tie with Porto, a club official approached Gigi Buffon and congratulated him. The Juventus captain was about to make his 100th appearance in the Champions League. "I'll be honest with you. I was a little upset about it," he joked. "I thought I had played a lot more of them. Let's just say it was a terrible blow to my ego."

It could have been more too. As his agent, (and former Genoa, Torino and Lazio keeper) Silvano...

Griezmann, Costa, Mbappe and more to move in 2017 'summer of strikers'

Alejandro Moreno looks ahead to the summer transfer window, a time rumoured to see plenty of big names on the move.

Modern football can seem like a game of false nines and No. 10s, attacking midfielders and inverted wingers, but 2017 threatens to be the summer of the striker -- not so much on the pitch but in the transfer market.

Sometimes a window acquires a theme. January 2017 was defined by Chinese spending, the summer of 2016 was notable for Paul Pogba's world-record move to Manchester United, and those of 2009, 2013 and 2014 were significant for the footballing talent races between Real Madrid and Barcelona,...

Historic SPAL on the verge of sensational promotion to Serie A

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SPAL supporters in a boisterous mood as their team continues the fight to gain promotion.

In May 1968, on the last day of the season, eccentric Juventus midfielder Gianfranco Zigoni scored the fateful goal that made sure Societa Polisportiva Ars et Labor (SPAL) were relegated from Serie A -- and yet to return since.

Almost half a century later his son, Gianmarco Zigoni, is one of the key players for SPAL who might finally be on their way back to the top flight. How about that for coming full circle?

On Sunday, Zigoni netted in an emphatic 4-1 win at Carpi that helped keep SPAL top of...

Defender Cristian Ansaldi solid for Inter Milan in draw against Torino

Cristian Ansaldi had one of his best outings in an Inter Milan shirt in the 2-2 draw with Torino.

Inter came away from the Stadio Olimpico with a hard-earned 2-2 draw. A typically crazy Turinese game seemed to be going well when Geoffrey Kondogbia slotted a finish past goalkeeper Joe Hart's butter fingers, only for the home side to level within six minutes, Daniele Baselli making the most of some horrific marking from Ivan Perisic on a corner.

Concern turned to fear when Torino ramped up the pressure after the half-time break, earning a deserved second thanks to an Afriyie Acquah wonder...

 By Terry Daley

Kevin Strootman, Edin Dzeko help Roma overcome struggling Sassuolo

Kevin Strootman's mastery in midfield helped Roma overcome a slow start against Sassuolo.

Roma returned to the humdrum everyday action of Serie A after Thursday's disappointment against Lyon with a functional but uninspiring win over struggling Sassuolo that maintains the Giallorossi's grip on second place and automatic Champions League qualification.

The scoreline might make Sunday night's victory look comfortable, but it wasn't until substitute Edin Dzeko bagged his 21st league goal of the season -- the Bosnian playing a delicious one-two with star man Kevin Strootman and bashed past...