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Secrets and Whispers: Transfer News and Tidbits about the AC Milan Women

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Let me start off by saying that I wish I could begin this post with some good news and that there was nothing but good news in this post. Sadly, I am unable to do that.

Not getting what you want in your life is viewed as a normal part of life but now, it’s just plain frustrating.

But anyways, here goes news about the AC Milan Women.

  • Valentina Giacinti is on her way out of Milan. The former captain of the Rossonere is said to be on their way to AS Roma. The decision to ship the forward off is said to be the choice of technical director, Paolo Maldini, according to a few sources on Twitter. The one thing holding the deal up, however, is that Roma wants to include an option to buy the player at the end of the loan period.
  • Milan, on the other hand, does not want to sell the forward outright to a direct rival. The deal is therefore stalled on this one little detail (Tutto Calcio Femminile). The Capital Club is not convinced of this option, as they would like to make her a permanent fixture at the Giallorosse. Milan’s reasoning for this is that they plan to bring the forward back at the end of the season.
  • Milan is said to be interested in bringing in Kosovare Asllani and Svava Rós Guðmundsdóttir as the forward’s replacement, as per Cartellino Rosa. The former seems like a very unlikely option, but it never hurts to try.
  • Mária Korenčiová, who has also left the Rossonere, ended up trading Italy for Spain. They are now a player for Levante UD and will play in the Primera Iberdrola.
  • Fullback Federica Rizza and midfielder Claudia Mauri have also left the team, albeit on loan. The two players will play for U.C. Sampdoria and S.S.D. Napoli respectively, until the end of the season, as was confirmed by the club.
  • The team has also confirmed that three players of the women’s team have tested positive for COVID-19. They have not revealed their names yet.
  • Milan will play AS Roma this Wednesday in a playoff round for the Supercoppa Italiana. Kickoff time will be at 14:30 CET. If you live in Italy, you’ll be able to watch the match on TimVision and Milan TV. If you live in the United States, Germany, UK, and Ireland, you’ll be able to watch the match on Ata Football.