It is a busy time for the AC Milan Women as those who are not representing their countries at the European Championships are facing decisions regarding their future.
Below is the latest news about the Milan Women as a round-up in bullet point form…
➤ According to SempreMilan’s Luca Maninetti, midfielder Noa Selimhodzic has terminated their contract with AC Milan. It is not known what the player’s next destination is.
➤ Refiloe Jane is also one step away from Sassuolo. The midfielder could not find an agreement with the Rossonere and might wear green and black next season.
➤ Laura Agard has officially given her salutations and said goodbye to AC Milan.
➤ Linda Tucceri Cimini has found an agreement with Milan and will stay with the Rossonere next season.
➤ Nina Stapelfeldt will sign a renewal with Milan but will most likely be sent on loan. Como are the likely candidates to sign the Swiss forward on a season-long loan.
➤ Miriam Longo is said to be leaving the Rossonere. Due to all of the forwards Milan has signed, the young player won’t find much playing space on the senior team. Sassuolo and Parma are the likely candidates for her signature.
➤ A few Milan players are currently away on international duty. Refiloe Jane is with South Africa at the WAFCON in Morocco. Banyana Banyana narrowly edged past Tunisia (1-0) to qualify for the semi-finals of the tournament. They have also qualified for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
➤ Laura Giuliani, Martina Piemonte, and Valentina Bergamaschi are currently with Italy at the 2022 Euros in England. Piemonte scored in the first game against France and scored the Azzurre’s consolation goal in a 5-1 shellacking from Les Bleues. Bergamaschi, on the other hand, scored against Iceland to keep Italy’s hopes of qualifying for the quarterfinals alive. They’ll play Belgium on Monday in a must-win game.
➤ Sara Thrige, Guðný Árnadóttir, and Kosovare Asllani are also there with their respective countries. Thrige suited up for Denmark in their 1-0 victory over Finland and played for 55 minutes. She also played against former Milan player, Nora Heroum. Árnadóttir featured for Iceland in their 1-1 tie against Belgium. She was on the bench for their draw against Italy. Asllani has played both matches for Sweden and has registered two assists.
➤ Denmark will play Spain on Saturday, while Iceland will play France on Monday. Sweden plays Portugal on Sunday and are the most likely of these three teams to progress from their group (Group C) to the next round of the tournament