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Rossoneri Round-up for 14 November: Could Ivan Strinic be in for a return this season?

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It’s being reported that Ivan Strinic has had positive news in regards to his health and might be close to a return to training.

The Croatia international has an extremely serious heart condition that if left untreated, could have put his life in danger. It appears, however, that heart specialists have cleared him to return to training.

Any return for Strinic won’t be soon, but it is good to hear that he’s close to be returning to training.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Udinese confirmed that Julio Velazquez is out and that Davide Nicola has taken over for him. [Football-Italia.net]

Genoa have reportedly agreed a fee with Botafogo for Matheus Fernandes. [Football-Italia.net]

Napoli have reportedly expressed interest in Athletic Bilbao’s Iker Muniain. [Football-Italia.net]

World Football Links

The Philadelphia Union shouldn’t be celebrating mediocrity in a league designed for parity. [Brotherly Game]

Xolos’ Antonio Nava’s Hollywood journey goes through Redwood City and Tijuana. [FMF State of Mind]

Premier League clubs are asked to give outgoing boss a £5 million going away present. Good work if you can get it. [BBC.com]

Wayne Rooney said it will be “strange” playing at Wembley one last time. [BBC.com]

Former West Ham United, Chelsea, and legend Joe Cole announced his retirement from football. [BBC.com]