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Rossoneri Round-up for 25 January: Maldini says “those who want to stay at Milan will stay”

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Paolo Maldini took a slight dig at Gonzalo Higuain and left the possibility of more deals to come.

Maldini said:

We’re fourth and we have the chance to qualify for the Champions League. We have lots of players on our books, so we’ll see how we’ll be at the end of the transfer window.

The Coach is handling the situation well, as are the club. Every team go through bad spells, it’s normal, but when the Coach works well and the club are strong, there’s no problem.

Since our first day here, we’ve told the players those who want to stay at Milan will stay.

That last sentence about players who “want to stay at Milan” staying seems like a dig at Higuain, no?

It’s doubtful that Milan will be done this window, as the club absolutely needs to qualify for the Champions League to progress as a club and with the other Serie A clubs in competition for the spot not exactly making ground-breaking deals, an opportunity exists for the club to strength while everyone else stays put. It’s a good a time as any to try and seize the day and go for it.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

AS Roma have repotedly made an offer for Boca Juniors midfielder Wilmar Barrios. [Chiesa di Totti]

Newcastle United have reportedly landed Lazio’s left back Jordan Lukaku on loan. [Coming Home Newcastle]

Latest Devil Wears Rossonero Podcast now available! [AC Milan Offside]

Genoa has acquired Stefano Sturaro on loan from Juventus with an obligation to buy. [Black & White & Read All Over]

World Football Links

Toronto FC is actively shopping Gregory van der Wiel after an altercation with manager Greg Vanney in training. [Waking the Red]

Former Arsenal star Thierry Henry sacked by Monaco. [The Short Fuse]

Atlanta United have offically signed Pity Martinez from River Plate. [Dirty South Soccer]

American Timothy Weah scored again for Celtic FC. [Stars & Stripes FC]