The Milan duo of Inter Milan and AC Milan are still without a win in the Champions League this season after their second game in the group stage. The two Italian football teams finished in the top two of the Serie A last season but they are yet to light up the Champions League stage this season thanks to the absence of at least a win in their first two group games.
Italian football giants Inter Milan have confirmed the numbers for both new players and the ones returning to the club from loan. The numbers were confirmed earlier on Friday.
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The UEFA Euros tournament may still be on at the moment but with the final round of games already in progress and with teams getting eliminated from the competition, it won’t be too long before attention will be switched to club football. Different players from across Europe are looking to help their respective countries at the Euros and a lot of them ply their trades in the top 5 leagues in European football and beyond.
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Italian football giants Inter Milan will have to fend off the interest of other European teams in the bid to sign RuslanMalinovskyi. The Nerazzuri are keen to sign the midfielder from fellow Italian Serie A outfit Atalanta in the summer.
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Italian fullback Matteo Darmian has proven to be the unlikely hero for Inter Milan in the past few weeks. His goals over the course of this month have moved the Italian football giants closer to a first league title in over a decade.
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Italian football won’t have any representative in the Champions League quarterfinals after the two teams left in the competition were eliminated earlier this week. Atalanta and Lazio were both knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid and holders Bayern Munich. Four Italian football clubs started the Champions League journey at the group stage but none is left in the competition at the final eight round. Inter Milan, Juventus, Atalanta and Lazio started the Champions League journey on behalf of Italian football. Italian Serie A leaders Inter Milan were the only Italian football team that failed to make it beyond the round of 32 stage. The Nerazzuri didn’t do well after they finished last in their group and were rightly eliminated. Inter Milan finished bottom of their group behind the likes of Shakthar Donetsk, Borussia Moenchengladbach and group winners Real Madrid. Borussia Moenchengladbach and Real Madrid qualified for the round of 16 stage as the top two teams in the group, while Ukrainian club Shakthar Donetsk finished third and had to drop down to the Europa League level. Inter Milan and Real Madrid were expected to qualify for the Champions League knockout stage but the Nerazzuri didn’t live up to that expectation.
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Italian football exports were decisive as French giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) crush Barcelona in their Champions League last 16 first leg tie at the Nou Camp on Tuesday night. There were three Italian football exports on show during the game, which ended in a comprehensive away win for PSG. The French champions were able to take a big step towards securing a spot in the quarterfinals of the competition.
Italian Serie A giant AC Milan have made significant progress in the talks that will see Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori swap England for Italy. This is according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who has revealed that the Italian giants have entered the next level in their contract talks with both Chelsea and their player having been locked in negotiations in the past few days.
Milan are currently in the market to sign a befitting center-back so they can add more squad depth as they look to continue their stay at the top of the league table and eventually clinch their first league title in so many years. Continue reading ” MILAN MAKE PROGRESS IN NEGOTIATIONS WITH CHELSEA OVER TOMORI TRANSFER”
Club football returned once again over the weekend and Europe’s top leagues welcomed back their stars who went to represent their various countries during the international break.
Leagues including the German Bundesliga, the French Ligue 1, the English Premier League, the Dutch Eredivisie, and the Italian Serie A all produced some entertaining club football over the weekend, as the race for both the League’s top scorer and title gongs remain up for grabs.
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Serie A is reverred for its defensive football but this season Atalanta have been explosive in attack. They have been scoring and scoring and cannot seem to stop. And when they score, they exceed the usual three to four goal margin, going as much as six, seven, multiple times. They have scored 90 goals and counting this season.
They started the season well, but they were struggling to compete with Inter Milan and Lazio as Juventus broke away. However, after the suspension Atalanta has been on fire, scoring the most number of goals and moving to the second spot in the Italian topflight.
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Following measures taken by other top leagues in Europe, Italian football clubs have resumed training after receiving the green light from the government. German top two divisions restarted play over the weekend, empowering other European league authorities to work out a clear map on when to resume.
The Italian government allowed the clubs resume training, while maintaining some measure of social distancing. A scientific-technical committee put in place medical protocol the league clubs would follow. For now, they can train but on May 28, the government, Italian football federation and the clubs would decide when the league would be restarted. For now, analysts say the likely dates for the restart of the Serie A would be mid to late June.
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