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Milan, Pioli: “Very competitive start to the season” – Sport – Football

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Milan, Pioli: “Very competitive start to the season” – Sport – Football

Milan, 24 June 2022 – It will be at San Siro against Udineseon 13 or 14 August, the baptism of Milan new champion of Italy. Already on the second day of the next championship, the Rossoneri will face Atalanta, while the first derby of the season against Inter will be on the fifth day at the Rossoneri. On the seventh day Spalletti’s Napoli will arrive at San Siro, while on the ninth day Pioli’s men will host Juventus.

Two initial months which were rather probing, as the coach himself admitted Stefano Pioli through the official channels of the club: “Competitive season start, but as we well know the calendar depends above all on our performances. It is not important who we will face, the level of awareness and the desire to always get back in the game after a season will make the difference. exciting for the victory of the Scudetto and for the love that has been shown to us from all over the world. The goal is to grow. We can’t wait to start over! “.

In the next few days, in the meantime, the Rossoneri are called to accelerate on the market to give coach Stefano Pioli the right reinforcements to shore up the squad: getting to Renato Sanches of Lille seems increasingly difficult and therefore Maldini and Massara – whose extension should be announced shortly – consider alternatives such as Veretout, Enzo Fernandez or Douglas Luiz. The shortlist is also being explored to replace Alessio Romagnoli with Botman who at the moment seems quite far from Milanello, while on the frontline the favorite is Charles De Ketelaere of Brugge.

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