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Ac Milan vs Fiorentina live stream

Ac Milan vs Fiorentina live stream

You can watch Ac Milan vs Fiorentina live stream. This is a huge game for both teams, as both can’t afford to lose any points at this stage of the competition. There is no margin for error for a team of Ac Milan’s Calibre who have finally looked back to where they belong. That being, of course, the champions league. They have been one of the delights of the season.

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You can watch Ac Milan live streaming in many places, but the hard thing for you to find will be. Ac Milan vs Fiorentina free stream, this is a rarity because to watch a team of Ac Milan’s quality you are always going to have to pay some bucks. Very rarely will you hear you can stream ac Milan 2019 free online? It just doesn’t appear to happen. Below are some tv channels that will broadcast and show all Ac Milan live streaming

TV CHANNELS
COUNTRY
Sky Italy, DAZN Italy
Premier Sports, Free Sports UK
Sony Ten 1, Sony Ten 3 India
Sky Network Myanmar
beIN Sports Australia, France
ESPN USA
FOX Sports Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei
CCTV China
Rede TV, DAZN Brazil

It’s been a while since AC Milan was considered a major force in Europe. Gone are the days of Andriy Shevchenko, Kaka and Inzaghi, but it now looks like they are slowly returning to those heights.

Milan made a few smart acquisitions in the summer, signing the likes of Diego Laxalt and Tiemoue Bakayoko among others.

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However, their season did not get off to the greatest of starts as they struggled to find any rhythm with their new signings.

Their Europa League campaign was as much of a disaster as they crashed out in the group stages, finishing third behind Real Betis and Olympiakos.

Possibility of silverware

They are currently battling it out with Roma for a top-four berth in the Serie A. However, a few good results could propel them to the third spot ahead of Inter.

Despite their disappointing season, Milan still has a shot at silverware, having made it to the semifinals of the Coppa Italia. They take on Lazio in the semifinal and hold the advantage, having secured a 0-0 draw in the away leg.

AC Milan squad

MIDFIELDERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Riccardo Montolivo Italy Right 34
José Mauri Italy Right 23
Marco Brescianini Italy 19
Andrea Bertolacci Italy Left 28
Franck Yannick Kessié Côte d’Ivoire Both 23
Lucas Biglia Argentina Right 33
Diego Sebastián Laxalt Suárez Uruguay Left 26
Samu Castillejo Spain Left 24
Lucas Tolentino Coelho de Lima Brazil Left 22
Hakan Calhanoglu Turkey Right 25
Giacomo Bonaventura Italy Right 30
Emanuele Torrisi Italy 20
Tiemoue Bakayoko France Right 25
ATTACKERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Krzysztof Piątek Poland Right 24
Suso Spain Left 26
Patrick Cutrone Italy Right 21
Fabio Borini Italy Right 28
Franck Tsadjout Italy Right 20
GOALKEEPERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Gianluigi Donnarumma Italy Right 20
Alessandro Plizzari Italy Right 19
Pepe Reina Spain Right 37
Antonio Donnarumma Italy Right 29
Matteo Soncin Italy 18
DEFENDERS NATIONALITY FOOT AGE
Ivan Strinić Croatia Left 32
Mattia Caldara Italy Right 25
Alessio Romagnoli Italy Left 24
Ricardo Iván Rodríguez Araya Switzerland Left 27
Ignazio Abate Italy Right 33
Andrea Conti Italy Right 25
Mateo Pablo Musacchio Argentina Right 29
Cristian Zapata Colombia Right 33
Davide Calabria Italy Right 23

AC Milan transfers (arrivals)

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These are the players Milan signed in the 2018/19 season:

ARRIVALS POSITION NATION TRANSFER FEE (€)
FROM
Ivan Strinić DF Croatia Free Sampdoria
Pepe Reina GK Spain Free Napoli
Fabio Borini FW Italy €5,500,000 Sunderland
Alen Halilović MF Croatia Free Hamburg
Mattia Caldara DF Italy €35,000,000 Juventus
Diego Laxalt MF Uruguay €14,000,000 Genoa
Samu Castillejo FW Spain €25,000,000 Villarreal
Gonzalo Higuain FW Argentina Loan + €18,000,000 Juventus
Tiémoué Bakayoko MF France Loan + €18,000,000 Chelsea
Lucas Paquetá MF Brazil €35,000,000 Flamengo
Krzysztof Piątek FW Poland €35,000,000 Genoa
Tiago Djaló DF Portugal Undisclosed Sporting
Leroy Abanda DF France Free Monaco

AC Milan departures

These are the players Milan offloaded in the 2018/19 season:

DEPARTURES POSITION NATION TRANSFER FEE (€)
TO
Marco Storari GK Italy Free N/A
M’Baye Niang FW Senegal €12,000,000 Torino
Gianluca Lapadula FW Italy €11,000,000 Genoa
Leonardo Bonucci DF Italy €35,000,000 Juventus
Nikola Kalinic FW Croatia €14,500,000 Atletico Madrid
Carlos Bacca FW Colombia €7,000,000 Villarreal
Andre Silva FW Portugal €4,000,000 Sevilla
Italy Manuel Locatelli MF Italy €2,000,000 Sassuolo
Alen Halilović MF Croatia €600,000 Standard Liege
Gonzalo Higuain FW Argentina Loan Ended Juventus

AC Milan schedule (confirmed fixtures only)

           Match Date and Time Venue
vs Parma 20 April, 4:00 PM Stadio Ennio Tardini
vs Lazio 25 April, 12:15 AM San Siro
vs Torino 29 April, 12:00 AM Olympic Grande Torino Stadium
vs Bologna 07 May, 12:00 AM San Siro
vs Fiorentina 12 May, 12:00 AM Artemio Franchi Stadium
vs Frosinone 19 May, 9:30 PM San Siro
vs Spal 26 May, TBD Stadio Paolo Mazza

AC Milan still has a lot to play for in the business end of the season. An important Coppa Italia second leg fixture against Lazio awaits.

They then travel to Torino for a Serie A encounter before returning to the San Siro to host Bologna.

They round off their season with three Serie A games against Fiorentina, Frosinone and SPAL.

Milan will be keen to secure as many points as possible as they seek a top-four finish and a return to Champions League football.

They will also be eager to get the better of Lazio in the Coppa Italia and go all the way.