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Massimiliano Allegri happy with AC Milan squad

Allegri happy with Milan squad
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Massimiliano Allegri is happy with his AC Milan squad despite the lack of new signings at the San Siro.

AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has insisted that he is happy with his squad, despite only making one addition in January so far.

Milan are sixth in Serie A and were expected to do a lot of business during the transfer window, but so far have only signed Cristian Zaccardo from Parma.

Allegri, though, is happy with his squad, particularly with the likes of Ignazio Abate and Mathieu Flamini who were expected to leave the San Siro.

"I am happy with the players that I have and I see them growing every day," Allegri told reporters.

"A drought happens to all players and it shouldn't become an obsession. The club knows what I feel about the number of players in the squad and we'll see what happens at the end of the month.

"Abate played very well on Sunday and I was happy with that. Robinho is training well and Flamini is proof that over the course of a year, all players will get their chance."

Milan travel to Atlanta tomorrow for their next match.


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