Serie A

URMARESTE MECIURILE LIVE

MILAN - NAPOLI

MILAN     0  –  2     NAPOLI

MONZA VS CREMONESE – CONFIRMED LINE-UPS AND LIVE UPDATES

An ambitious Monza are looking to climb up the Serie A table with a win over relegation bound Cremonese.

The match between the Biancorossi and the Griogiorossi kicks off at 14.00 UK time at the Stadio Brianteo in Monza.

Monza have had an interesting month following their losses to Milan and Salernitana, picking up a win over Empoli and a draw away to Hellas Verona. Silvio Berlusconi’s club have done well in their debut Serie A season and are setting their sights on a strong finish as they look to take the club to greater goals.

The Biancorossi are without Nicolo Rovella, Dany Mota and Marlon, all of whom are out injured.

It’s been a tough season for Cremonese following their promotion from Serie B. They’ve only won once in Serie A this season, beating Roma at the end of last month, but have found themselves in the Coppa Italia semi-finals, giving them a slim hope of silverware. The team sit 12 points from safety and look destined to drop back to the second-tier.

Cremonese’s only absence is defender Vlad Chiriches, out with a muscle problem.

ASTON VILLA SERIOUS ABOUT ABRAHAM AFTER ROMA SET PRICE

Tammy Abraham has been unable to show his best for Roma this season after a strong start to life in Italy and Aston Villa are serious about bringing the Englishman back to the Premier League.

The former Chelsea forward scored 27 goals across 53 appearances last season for the Giallorossi, quickly winning over the fans in the Italian capital with his eye for goal and strong work rate.

Unfortunately for Abraham, he’s been unable to replicate that work with Roma this campaign, netting just seven times in 37 games across all competitions.

Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com details how Abraham has been one of Aston Villa’s top summer targets for a number of months now, desperate to add the Roma striker to their squad.

Multiple other Premier League clubs are also interested in the English striker and the Giallorossi are open to letting him leave.

La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed that Roma wanted around €75m for the 25-year-old, but Longo suggests that they’d be open to offers worth more than €40m, the price they paid Chelsea back in August 2021.