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Rossoneri Round-up for 12 June: Milan buys Brescia’s women’s football team

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Cagliari Calcio v Brescia Calcio - Serie A Photo by Enrico Locci/Getty Images

Milan announced today that they were going to be fielding a women’s football team starting in the 2018-19 season. And rather than start the team from scratch, they bought out Brescia. Brescia finished the season level on points with Juventus, but fell in the play-off to Juve to finish league runner-up.

The owner of Brescia, Massimo Cellino, had previously gotten rid of the women’s team at Leeds United when he owned the English club, despite the success of the team. And so it appears that even though the Brescia women’s team is far more successful than the men’s team, he’s sold them to Milan.

What a guy.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Simeone Zaza’s agent denies that the Italian is coming to Milan. [AC Milan Offside]

Justin Kluivert looks set to sign for AS Roma. [Chiesa di Totti]

Serie B team Bari is on verge of bankruptcy as the water to the

World Football Links

Doménec Torrent is the new manager of New York City FC. [Hudson River Blue]

World Cup 2018 city-by-city guide. [SBNation]

Former Arsenal legend and France national team player Patrick Vieira left NYC FC to take up the manager’s job at Nice. [ESPN.com]

Aston Villa Foundation is helping the with Ramadan Midnight League, and that’s a good thing. [7500 to Holte]

Football has gone mad with money. This bubble will burst, they always do. [My Football Writer]