Donnarumma is the Best Goalkeeper in the World — Paolo Maldini

Gianluigi Donnarumma is the best goalkeeper in the world according to Paolo Maldini while AC Milan is trying to keep him with them. The player has become an undisputed part of Milan since he made his debut at the club in the age of 16 on 2015. But with his contract at the Italian side entering the last year speculations regarding his future at the club has increased.

Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germainand Chelsea have shown interest to the player.Meanwhile, Milan is looking forward to presenting a new deal to extend the current contract which will expire on 2021. The club’s technical director Maldini has praised the youngster in prior to the victory against Roma for 2-0.

Chiellini reconsidering his future at Juventus

Giorgio Chiellini will be reconsidering his future plans after one more year and he is hoping to play for another season at Juventus to continue his time with the club. He has been playing for the Italian club from 2005 and has made appearances in more than 500 games for the club. In this time during his stay at Juve, he has won eight Serie A titles and four Coppa Italia trophies.

In this season, he has stayed in the bench as he has suffered an injury on the anterior cruciate ligament in August. Before the spread of COVID 19,he has returned back healthy and free of injuries. He believes that he has got a lot of time left as a player.

Napoli and Atlanta keen on former Chelsea winger

Atlanta and Napoli have shown interest towards the midfielder, Jeremie Boga. He was the part of Chelsea and later was transferred to Sassuolo for 3.5 million in 2018. Since his arrival at the club, he has been playing great. He has scored eight goals in this season before the suspension of football activity due to corona virus.

In fact, four goals were scored on the last six games by him. In the last match before the dismissal of football was against Roma where he scored the fourth goal for Sassuolo which they won for 4–1. With the interest from many European clubs, his agent is uncertain will Chelsea initialize the buy–back clause.

Serie A still looking at the possibility of a return

Serie A will be returning through step by step by process as indicated by the Italian sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora. Italian League was suspended from March due to the outbreak of coronavirus and discussion between the government and the football committee is going on restarting the league. Many of the leagues have allowed its players to return to training grounds but Italy has restrained the players to the training ground till May 18th. They have allowed the players to return to club facilities, but they will have to wait a little moreto train.

Why Italian football is now thriving

Italian football is in a good place right now, with several teams challenging Juventus for the title on the domestic front and the national team having a clear identity under Robert Mancini.

The latter hadn’t been a problem for Italy for a long time, in fairness. Historically, the Azzurri were built on a solid defence, boasting tactically astute, ruthless players who could grind out wins – usually without conceding a goal.

Milik Keen to Get a Move Away from Napoli

Polish footballerArkadiusz Milik is on the radar of many clubs as his contract with Napoli will end in 2021. The interests have increased with the news that the player has not confirmed any renewal plans with the present club.
His agent David Pantak has confirmed that clubs like Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan are interested in the player. He also said that they are having talks with Napoli but has not agreed to any renewals. There were reports that Milik will leave Napoli with their rivals Inter Milan who has been very keen on signing a deal with him.


Everton are reportedly interested in signing Italian International and former Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian this summer, bringing him back to the Premier League where he sometimes flattered to deceive.

Darmian, 30, joined United from Torino in the summer of 2015. He made 60 league appearances for the 20-time English champions, before making the move back to Italy last summer, to join the Gli Emiliani of Parma.


Arsenal football club received a permanent offer for star midfielder, Mesut Ozil, on the last day of the January transfer window from an unknown Qatari based club, but head coach Mikel Arteta stopped the deal from happening.

Reports suggest that the German could have left the gunners for the Middle East if not for the intervention of their manager, though apparently the German star would favour a move to Italy.

Italy is Countinho's Only Option

Liverpool chief Peter Moor has acknowledged that there has been a change in the style of play since the departure of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona. The Brazil international made the switch to the Camp Nou during the winter of 2018 and there has since been a steady progression at the club, who are presently on course to win their maiden Premier League.

Speaking to the Liverpool Cape Town supporters’ group, Moore accepted that the Reds have played differently since the departure of Coutinho with manager Jurgen Klopp preferring to play three in the midfield. He added that the club also benefited financially from the sale of the Brazilian, given they were able to sign the likes of Fabinho and Alisson Becker.


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