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Rossoneri Round-up for 21 June: Milan are reportedly interested (again) in Napoli’s Jose Callejon

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Despite not knowing the fate of the Europa League or what sanctions could occur from the UEFA ruling due later today, Milan are still rumoured to be attempting to do business.

Milan are reportedly interested in Napoli’s Jose Callejon (again) and there could be a deal made with Napoli involving Callejon, money and Gianluigi Donnarumma. Since the former Napoli starting keeper, Pepe Reina, is currently on the roster at Milan, Napoli are in the market for a starting keeper. And with Donnarumma’s status at the club still up in the air, Napoli could make an offer involving the Spanish winger to make the switch to the San Siro in order to secure the services of the Milan star keeper.

Will Donnarumma make the switch to another Serie A team? Napoli are looking to reload, but even if they are going to be flush with cash after a few sales, could they really break the bank on a keeper, even one as good as Donnarumma? Time will tell.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Nikola Kalinic reportedly refused to apologize for refusing to come on as a late substitute and has alienated the other members of the team. [Football-Italia.net]

Atalanta will face either FC Banants, from Armenia or FK Sarajevo in the Europa League Qualifying Round. [Football-Italia.net]

Antonio Mirante will have a medical today to complete his move to AS Roma. [Chiesa di Totti]

World Football Links

Burnley will face Aberdeen in the Europa League qualifying rounds. [BBC.com]

Mexico received a fine and a warning for the homophobic goal-kick chant. [FMF State of Mind]

Diego Costa supplied the goal for Spain as they were tested by Iran. [ESPN.com]

Morocco will not qualify for the knockout rounds after losing to Portugal, and that’s a shame. [SBNation]

Uruguay beat Saudi Arabia to advance to the next round of the World Cup along with Russia. [ESPN.com]