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Rossoneri Round-up for 31 May: Maldini reportedly wants to hire some old friends at Milan

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It’s rumored that if Paolo Maldini is gonna stay at Milan, he’s gonna need Ivan Gazidis to hire some old friends.

It’s being reported that Maldini wants both Alessandro Costacurta and Angelo Carbone to be hired if he’s to remain at the club as a technical director. Now, Costacurta’s record as a manager in Italy is extremely uninspiring, and Carbone’s worked as a scout for Milan, but if Maldini vouches for the two, then it’ll be okay, right?

It’s nice to see Maldini want to bring aboard others with connections to Milan’s past, but this club needs an experienced manager who can tread the waters of UEFA’s FFP enforcement very carefully. We’ll see what happens.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

James Pallotta thinks that someone is trying to damage AS Roma. No, he doesn’t mean himself. [Chiesa di Totti]

Antonio Conte named new manager of Inter Milan. [Forza Italian Football]

Cittadella beat Hellas Verona 2-0 in the first leg of their promotion playoff final, getting the club one step closer to being in Serie A for the first time. [Football-Italia.net]

Villarreal parted ways with Nicola Sansone and Roberto Soriano, selling both to Bologna. [Villarreal USA]

World Football Links

The “Leagues Cup” between MLS and Mexico’s Liga MX is here, but does anyone care? [FMF State of Mind]

Erling Braut Hauland, son of former Norway, Nottingham Forest, Leeds United, and Manchester City midfielder Alf-Inge Haaland, scored nine goals in a U20 World Cup match against Honduras. [BBC.com]

Aston Villa captain has reportedly said he won’t entertain any offer from Tottenham Hotspur, which given London real estate prices, makes perfect sense. [7500 To Holte]

The Philadelphia Union failed to see off the Colorado Rapids and drew 1-1 after a late goal from Rapids forward Jonathan Lewis. [Brotherly Game]