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Monday Morning Football Paper Review

Posted by Kevin Walker Monday, June 1, 2021

The 08-09 Serie A season comes to a close and AC Milan hold onto second with their victory over Fiorentina, while Juventus will have to settle for third.

Several notable retirees this term include Paolo Maldini, Pavel Nedved, and Luis Figo as rebuilding starts at AC Milan, Juventus, and Roma.

Inter Milan in good shape already face the question, will their star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic stay or go? Ibrahimovic with 25 goals in total and two goals on the final day in Inter's 4-3 win over Atalanta wins the Capocannoniere (golden shoe) in Italy this season. Bologna forward Marco Di Vaio finished second on 24 goals tied with Genoa hitman Diego Milito, who is rumored will be at Inter next season.

"I have won everything in Italy. When I arrived here many criticised me, saying I was a fantastic player, but I couldn’t score goals" said Ibrahimovic

Onto what the Papers Say

Golden shoe winner Ibra: 'I've done it all in Italy' celebrates the Capocannoniere title, but drops more hints he could leave Inter.

Carlo Ancelotti confirmed on Sunday his contact at the San Siro had been terminated by mutual consent, as Galliani announces today Leonardo will be next Milan manager
as Milan players are in tears after Carlo's exit. Ancelotti's replacement Leonardo revealed Ancelotti encouraged him to step into his shoes.

"Carlo is the man who has pushed me the most to take on this challenge,
Sunday was an extraordinary day, to see all the players crying,"
Leonardo said.

Napoli's Lavezzi prepared to snub Reds after stating he wants to remain at the Italian club.

Ghanaian and Inter midfielder Sulley Muntari suffered a robbery after yesterday’s Scudetto celebrations at the San Siro. The robber snatched his Big Bang Hublot watch worth €17,000 out of his car read more at goal.com's, Inter Fans Rob Sulley Muntari

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