We interrupt your regularly scheduled posts about the Euros to bring you news about the AC Milan Women and the league they play in.
AC Milan’s dynamic midfielder, Yui Hasegawa, has made Japan’s Olympics roster.
The midfielder will also represent Japan in their upcoming friendly matches in the MS and AD Cup. She will then play for her country in the 32nd Olympiad. Hasegawa has also expressed how honored and grateful she is to make the roster and has promised to give her all to ensure that the Nadeshiko win the gold medal. The Olympics will take place between July 23rd to August 8th in Japan, as they are the host nation.
Aston Villa recently announced that forward Stine Larsen has left the team. The club states that Stine will leave the team once her contract ends at the end of June. Larsen has reportedly undergone a medical with Milan and will soon join the Rossonere.
A profile of the player and how much of a great move this will be will be written as soon as her signing is made official.
Fátima Pinto, who was rumored to have signed for AC Milan, has instead, signed a renewal with Sporting Lisbon.
"O coração nem sempre deve influenciar as nossas decisões, mas o Sporting CP tem um lugar muito especial no meu coração."@13fatimapinto renova contrato ✍ #FutFemSCP— Sporting CP Futebol Feminino (@FutFemSCP) June 18, 2021
Milan will now have to look to other players to fill their midfield void. With the recent departures of Caroline Rask, Julia Šimić, the team will have plenty of space in their midfield. There are also rumors that Dominika Čonč will depart for Napoli.
The Rossonere will have to work diligently to upgrade their midfield and to fill the void these players have left behind.
Serie A Femminile
Serie A Femminile will resume play on August 29th. And between August 29th and September 12th, the games will be played in the evening.
The Supercoppa Femminile will follow the same format as last year, with the tournament comprised of Juve, Milan, Roma, and Sassuolo. Roma makes the list due to winning the Coppa Italia.
Three teams will also be relegated from the league at the end of the season. This will be done in preparation for the league becoming a ten-team championship in 2022.
The AC Milan Women are currently on hiatus right now. They are on vacation and will reconvene in July in preparation for both their upcoming Champions League qualifiers, and to prepare for next season.