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Axel Witsel still wants Zenit exit despite failed AC Milan deadline bid

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Axel Witsel won the Russian Premier League title last season with Zenit St Petersburg.

AC Milan target Axel Witsel says he is disappointed not to have secured a move from Zenit St Petersburg this summer.

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said his club pulled out all the stops to try and sign the 26-year-old midfielder on transfer deadline day, but Witsel admitted on Tuesday that he was never going to leave Russia this summer.

"It wasn't for financial reasons or because of the offers I had, it was for sporting reasons," Witsel told reporters ahead of Belgium's Euro 2016 qualifier against...

 By Ben Gladwell

AC Milan tried everything to sign Axel Witsel from Zenit - Adriano Galliani

Axel Witsel remains a Zenit St Petersburg player.

AC Milan's general manager Adriano Galliani insists his club pulled out all the stops to sign Axel Witsel from Zenit St Petersburg on transfer deadline day, but that it was just not to be.

Milan fans had been hoping for one final signing after a summer in which around €90 million had been invested in new players. Club president Silvio Berlusconi had loosened the purse strings to allow for Mario Balotelli, Andrea Bertolacci, Alessio Romagnoli, Carlos Bacca and Luiz Adriano to be brought in.

There...

 By Ben Gladwell

William Vainqueur signs for Roma from Dinamo Moscow

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William Vainqueur has arrived in Italy to continue his career.

Roma have completed the signing of William Vainqueur from Dinamo Moscow, the Serie A club announced on Monday.

Vainqueur, 26, has joined on a permanent move having scored two in 27 games for Dinamo.

"I'm here because Roma are a big club and Rome is a splendid city," said the former French under-21 international on asroma.it. "I will give everything for this shirt, which is very important. I've been told a lot about the Giallorossi fans -- they are one of the best groups of fans around." 

The...