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Florenzi: ‘Newcastle all or nothing for Milan’

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Alessandro Florenzi is aware of the Champions League journey to Newcastle United is ‘all or nothing’ for Milan, however insists they gained’t know their actual ambitions till March or April.

The Rossoneri stay in third place in Serie A regardless this weekend, even after the 3-2 defeat to Atalanta in Bergamo, however are sliding additional and additional away from Inter and Juventus on the prime of the desk.

In the meantime, they have to put all their concentrate on the go to to St. James’ Park on Wednesday, as solely a victory and PSG additionally dropping to Borussia Dortmund will hold them within the Champions League.

“Hope springs everlasting,” Florenzi instructed DAZN when requested in regards to the scenario.

“It’s an all or nothing match. If we win, on the very least we will assure a spot within the Europa League, which remains to be an essential competitors, and Milan may have our say in that match.”

The groups that end third within the Champions League group go right into a play-off in February with one of many sides which might be runners-up of their Europa League group.

When requested whether or not Milan can now kiss goodbye to any desires in regards to the Scudetto, Florenzi insisted it was nonetheless early days.

“We had a transparent goal once we acquired collectively over the summer season, and that was to be aggressive on all fronts. We all know that it’s in or out on Wednesday, both Europe or simply specializing in Serie A.

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“I have a tendency to not actually have a look at the desk till March. I really feel that in direction of March or April is the place I perceive what the ambitions of the workforce could be. Clearly, we do additionally begin the season with excessive ambitions.”