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AC MILAN, Co-Ownership deals: the latest

22.06.2012 16.37 by Transfer Market Web  read 3145
Source: AcMilan.com
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Last minute co-ownership deals. Milan have finalised all the co-ownership deals with other clubs with six players remaining only partly owned and with seven now completely owned by the rossoneri.

MILAN - The official site of the Lega Calcio is giving live updates on the co-ownership deals that need to be resolved by the end of today, Friday 22nd June, at 7pm CET.

As far as Milan are concerned the following co-ownership deals have all been renewed. Giacomo Beretta will remain half way between Genoa and the rossoneri for another year, Gianmario Comi between Milan and Torino, Wilfred Osuji between Padova and Milan, Simone Romagnoli between Pescara and Milan, Simone Verdi between Torino and Milan, Mattia Valoti will stay with the rossoneri but is also co-owned by Albinoleffe.

The following co-ownership deals have all been ended.

In favour of Milan - Matteo Chinellato, Stephan El Shaarawy, Pelè Tuncara Gomes.

In favour of Genoa - Alexander Merkel, Mario Sampirisi e Nicola Pasini.

In favour of Palermo - Matteo Darmian.

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