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Rossoneri Round-up for 13 June: Barring any changes, Milan set for this year’s Europa League

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AC Milan v F91 Dudelange - UEFA Europa League - Group F Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images

The Court of Arbitration for Sport will not hear Milan’s appeal of UEFA’s ruling against the Rossoneri until at least the middle of August, meaning that unless something drastic changes, Milan will participate in this season’s Europa League.

It might be a good thing for Milan to be able to go straight to the group stage of the Europa League, however would it really be the worst thing in the world if they missed it?

It seems UEFA wants to lay down the hammer to punish Milan for spending money beyond their means in previous seasons, no matter if the current owners have a real plan to break even and get the club back into the black. And while it won’t be great to miss out on European Football, considering what happened last year, would just agreeing to punt this season’s Europa League and focus on Champions League be better? Elliott Management must have a lot of faith in their lawyers and their business plan.

On to the links.

AC Milan and Italian Football Links

Daniele Prade is back as the Sporting Director for Fiorentina. [Viola Nation]

Who could be sold to fund the summer transfer window for Milan? [AC Milan Offside]

An ode to Curva Sud Milano. [AC Milan Offside]

Milan raid relegated Empoli for Bosnia international midfielder Rade Krunic. [AC Milan Offside]

World Football Links

Is Matthijs de Ligt really going to a farmer’s league, just like Neymar and Mbappe? [PSG Talk]

France beat Norway after a controversial penalty was awarded for the hosts. [BBC.com]

Aston Villa are looking for a “head of football” for their women’s team. [7500 To Holte]

Germany beat Spain in the Women’s World Cup. [BBC.com]