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(Reuters) - AC Milan great Paolo Maldini has rejected an offer to be technical director of the Serie A club, he said on Facebook on Tuesday.
ROME (Reuters) - The majority shareholder in AS Roma denied on Thursday that he was in talks with China's second-largest property developer, China Evergrande Group, over the sale of a stake in the Italian Serie A soccer club.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Chinese investors will continue to buy heavily into European clubs and the country's own clubs will step up their pursuit of big name players to compete in their Super League, two leading figures in Chinese soccer have said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Such is the impact Sadio Mane has made on Liverpool that the 24-year-old is an automatic pick to face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Saturday while experienced international team mates scrap it out to play alongside him.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A consortium led by state-owned financial conglomerate Everbright is not the only Chinese group to have looked at investing in English football giant Liverpool, with the club attracting interest from Fosun, property-to-film group Dalian Wanda and others, a person familiar with the matter said.
(Reuters) - A sixth successive title for Juventus appears inevitable as the new Serie A season gets under way this weekend -- even though they have lost one of the world's top players.
MILAN (Reuters) - AC Milan's new owners have a lot of catching up to do to restore the seven-times European champions as a major force in Italian, let alone European, football.
MILAN (Reuters) - Fininvest, the family holding company lead by former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, confirmed on Friday it had signed a preliminary agreement to sell 99.93 percent of Italian soccer club AC Milan to a group of Chinese investors.
MILAN (Reuters) - A deal to sell Italian soccer club AC Milan to a consortium of Chinese investors is likely to be signed later on Friday, three sources close to the matter said, ending former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's three decades of ownership.
(Reuters) - West Bromwich Albion have agreed to sell the club to Yunyi Guokai (Shanghai) Sports Development Ltd, controlled by businessman Guochuan Lai, in the latest instance of China's growing interest in football worldwide.