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Rossoneri Round-up for 28 April: Trouble at the top?

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AC Milan v CSU Craiova - UEFA Europa League Third Qualifying Round: Second Leg Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images

Uh oh. This can’t be a good sign.

Milan CEO Marco Fassone and Director Massimilian Mirabelli are reportedly “barely on speaking terms” with rumours being floated that Mirabelli is set to be sacked.

Does this mean the end of Mirabelli’s reign at Milan? Or will he be around this summer transfer window? A lot may come down to how Milan’s season ends.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Daily Express issues an apology after they posted a story blaming the violence between AS Roma and Liverpool supporters on Liverpool fans. [The Independent]

After another loss, Palermo might sack their manager despite sitting second in the Serie B table. [Football-Italia.net]

Former Inter Milan director Walter Sabatini might be a candidate to replace Mirabelli if he is sacked. [Serpents of Madoninna]

Conversely, reports now have Roma’s Monchi in Milan’s crosshairs. [Football-Italia.net]

World Football Links

It’s the end of an era at Barcelona, as Andrés Iniesta announced he is leaving the club. [Barca Blaugranes]

Arsenal players want to give Wegner the proper send off as the manager is set to leave the London club at the end of the season. [BBC.com]

Fulham inched ever-so closer to an automatic promotion to the Premier League after defeating already-relegated Sunderland in London. [Roker Report]

FIFA “reminded” United States President Trump of ethics rules surrounding political pressure on football after he tweeted about the lack of support for the US-led bid for the 2026 World Cup. [ESPN.com]