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Rossoneri Round-up for 11 May: Suso: “We weren’t up for it, the rest doesn’t matter”

Plus links for the day

AC Milan v AC Chievo Verona - Serie A Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images

Milan winger implored fans to stick with Milan, as the team still has 180 minutes left in the season.

Taking to Twitter yesterday, he said:

Being silent would be perhaps the right thing.

But it would not be respectful to those who followed us yesterday in Rome, those who support us, those who work with us and those who suffered last night, just as we suffered and are suffering.

We weren’t good, we weren’t up to it, the rest doesn’t really matter. Now for 180 minutes we have to be Milan, all together

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

With the high expectations and the small fortune spent last summer, this season was confirmed a failure for Milan after the Coppa Italia loss to Juventus. [AC Milan Offside]

According to the mayor of Milan, the Rossoneri are still interested in building a new stadium and leaving the San Siro. []

Agent Mino Raiola is reportedly steering Mario Ballotelli to join AS Roma. [Chiesa di Totti]

Simeone Zaza is looking to return to Serie A, with Torino, Napoli, and Milan all rumored to be interested in acquiring him from Valencia. []

World Football Links

In Mexico’s Liguilla (playoffs) Santos Languna scored a brilliant result and won 4-1 at home in the first leg of their semi-final. [FMF State of Mind]

One writer in San Antonio thinks that there would be enough interest in the US city of San Antonio for it to host a Liga MX team, and after the city was denied the chance for an MLS franchise, more people are starting to think like him. [Express News]

Outgoing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger thinks that a European Super League of “big” clubs is going to happen eventually. []

Former Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney’s move from Everton to D.C. United in MLS has gotten a little closer with a fee reportedly set. [Royal Blue Mersey]