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Rossoneri Round-up for 2 November: Elliott Management rejected bid to purchase Milan

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Elliott Management has said that they intend on sticking around for awhile and are committed to rebuilding the club and getting Milan back into the elite of world football.

It’s best to take “plans” like these with a grain of salt, but it appears that Elliott won’t be selling quick. It’s being reported that Elliott rejected a bid to purchase Milan for €600 from the owner of Sparta Prague, Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky.

Hopefully Elliott will continue to invest in the future for Milan.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Milan have a lack of depth on the backline. [AC Milan Offside]

An injury to Milan’s Lucas Biglia means that the door is open for Riccardo Montolivo’s return to the team. [AC Milan Offside]

A tribute to Fiorentina’s Germán Pezzella. [Viola Nation]

World Football Links

Los Angeles Football Club had its season ended last night after losing to Real Salt Lake in the MLS playoffs. [Angels On Parade]

D.C. United also lost in the playoffs, this time on penalties to Columbus Crew SC. [Black & Red United]

Arsenal will not be offering Aaron Ramsey a new contract. [The Short Fuse]

Relax, Everton manager Marco Silva isn’t leaving for Benfica. [Royal Blue Mersey]

Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne will be out for six to eight weeks. [BBC.com]