Five Players that Milan Should Offload this Summer

The new champions must further enhance their squad in order to beat all comers next season and perhaps make a serious run in the Champions League. But in order to do so, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara must first chop the deadwood to make way for new arrivals. So here are five players that Milan should offload in the upcoming summer transfer market.
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Berardi, Rafael Leao or Perisic? Who Is the Top Serie A Winger?

After the conclusion of one of the most thrilling campaigns in recent memory, the Cult of Calcio is now paying homage for the best performers of the Serie A campaign. In the fourth edition, we'll recognize the best on the flanks which includes wingers as well as wingbacks and even fullbacks.
Al-Hilal have lodged a large offer for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, and he and the club are seriously mulling it. The Saudi club has met Lazio’s price tag.

Brozovic, Milinkovic-Savic or Tonali: Who Is the Top Serie A Midfielder?

After witnessing one of the most thrilling campaigns in recent memory, the Cult of Calcio is paying homage for the best performers in every playing position. In the third installment, we pick the best midfielder in Serie A this season, and truth to be told, the choice is anything but easy.
Maignan has seamlessly integrated as Milan’s numero uno, replacing Donnarumma between the sticks, despite being restricted to just 17 caps this season.

Maignan, Szczesny or Rui Patricio: Who Is the Top Serie A Goalkeeper?

With the campaign drawing its final breath, the cult of Calcio launches a new series aimed towards recognizing the best performers from the 2021/22 season. The first piece of business is anointing the best between the posts. So in this installment we'll choose the best goalkeeper in Serie A throughout the current campaign. 
Milan met with part of the Rafael Leao camp Tuesday. Still, the summit was inconclusive at best. The renewal is far from imminent.

Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 38: Leao Puts Stamp on Title

At the end of the day, it was Zlatan Ibrahimovic and company who celebrated with cigars and champagne as they lifted Milan's 19th Scudetto title, while their crosstown rivals Inter were left to rue their missed opportunities earlier in the season. Elsewhere in the table. So here are our tops and flops from Serie A Round 38.

Serie A Live Updates: Milan Are the New Serie A Champions!

Milan are the new Serie A champions. The Rossoneri succeeded to Inter after easily disposing of Sassuolo in the last campionato round on Sunday night. Milan needed just one point at the Mapei Stadium to clinch the title but Stefano Pioli's boys went above and beyond and scored three times in the first half already to dispose of the Neroverdi's weak opposition.
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Serie A Live Updates: Fiorentina 2-0 Juventus, Atalanta 0-1 Empoli

While the champion's identity will be revealed tomorrow, some of the finest sides in Italy will be fighting for European spots on Saturday, and the Cult of Calcio will provide you with live updates on the action from three different stadiums. So make sure you keep refreshing the page to get the latest results and the live standings.
Manchester United and Arsenal have made initial contact with the agent of Paulo Dybala. The Argentine netted 115 goals in 293 appearances for Juventus.

Dybala Bids Juventus Farewell – Sorrowful Ending for an Unfulfilled Mission

Juventus wasted a healthy lead, immaturely allowing Lazio to snatch a last-second equalizer. However, few are the ones who still cared to analyze another underwhelming performance by the Bianconeri, after all, the action on the pitch played second fiddle throughout the evening. Monday night was all about Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala bidding Juventus fans farewell.
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Tops and Flops of Serie A Round 37: Pioli on Fire, Lautaro Keeps Flame Alive

Milan had to overcome the rough Atalanta hurdle on their path towards glory. Luckily for the Rossoneri faithful. But a few hours later, Inter maintained their slight hope of retaining the Scudetto title by sealing a victory over Cagliari to set up a historic final day showdown. So let's recap the best and worst performers of the Italian weekend in out Tops and Flops from Serie A round 37.