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Rossoneri Round-up for 5 July: Talks with Rocco Commisso reportedly back on.

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Well, isn’t this fun.

With less than two days before Yonghong Li has to pay Elliot Management back the €32 million he borrowed from them, reports indicate that Li is in New York City to try and revive the negotiations with Rocco Commisso.

Can all of this be over soon?

Commisso wants to buy Milan, and Li needs to sell it to someone before Elliott Management begin the process of taking over the club. Elliott is going to sell it to someone else anyway, might as well sell it to Commisso now before any deal gets further mucked up.

This is all embarrassing and dumb. Make it go away, please.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Milan and Sassuolo are in talks about a player swap, involving loan-to-buy options, for Milan’s Manuel Locatelli and Sassuolo’s Domenico Berardi. [Football-Italia.net]

Could this actually happen? Reports say that Cristiano Ronaldo is willing to join Juventus. [Black & White & Read All Over]

Valencia’s Simeone Zaza is reportedly on his way to Milan. We’ve heard this rumor before. [Football-Italia.net]

World Football Links

Barcelona have denied that they bought a liver on the black market for Eric Abidal. [Barca Blaugranes]

Matias Almeyda has reportedly put a deal on hold to go to Qatar with the possibility becoming the next Mexico manager. [FMF State of Mind]

Speaking of Mexico managers, reports out of Colombia indicate that current Mexico manager Juan Carlos Orsorio, who managed both the New York Red Bulls and Chicago Fire in MLS, is in talks to take over as the manager of the United States National Team. [FMF State of Mind]

Houston Dynamo scored twice in stoppage time to draw with Los Angeles Football Club at home. [Dynamo Theory]

Fabian Delph is headed back to the World Cup for England after the birth of his daughter. [BBC.com]