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AC Milan sign Simon Kjaer on six-month loan with option to buy defender from Sevilla in June

Zlatan Ibrahimovic faces an awkward reunion with Simon Kjaer as AC Milan sign Sevilla centre back on loan… three years after their ‘arrogant’ striker grabbed the new boy by the throat!

  • Simon Kjaer has officially joined AC Milan from Sevilla on a short loan deal 
  • Serie A side can exercise option to sign central defender on permanent transfer  
  • He will be unveiled by Milan in a press conference on Thursday this week 
  • There could be awkward meeting with Zlatan Ibrahimovic after past clashes 

AC Milan have confirmed the signing of Sevilla centre-back Simon Kjaer on a loan deal with the option to buy. 

But it could be awkward when he crosses paths with new team-mate Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the Swede grabbed Kjaer by his throat during a game for Manchester United against Fenerbahce. 

Kjaer responded after the game by branding the striker ‘an arrogant, chest-puffing player’.  

Simon Kjaer has signed for AC Milan on loan and they have option to buy him in the summer

Simon Kjaer has signed for AC Milan on loan and they have option to buy him in the summer

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kjaer might have an awkward introduction after this incident in 2016

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Kjaer might have an awkward introduction after this incident in 2016

Kjaer (left) described the Swede as an 'arrogant, chest-puffing player' and is now a team-mate

Kjaer (left) described the Swede as an ‘arrogant, chest-puffing player’ and is now a team-mate

No doubt he will hope that their previous confrontation will be water under the bridge now.  

Kjaer’s loan runs until the summer and the Italian side will then make a decision over whether to make the move permanent. 

AC Milan broke the news on their official Twitter account and he will speak at a press conference on Thursday. 

A statement on the club’s website read: ‘AC Milan have reached an agreement with Sevilla FC for the acquisition of Simon Kjaer on a six-month loan until June 30, 2020, with an option to make the deal permanent. 

Kjaer posed alongside (L-R) Ivan Gazidis, Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara

Kjaer posed alongside (L-R) Ivan Gazidis, Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara

‘Kjær, born in Horsens (Denmark) on March 26, 1989, started his career in the academy at FC Midtjylland, making his first-team debut in the 2007/08 season. 

‘During his career, he has also played with US Palermo, VfL Wolfsburg, AS Roma, LOSC Lille, Fenerbahçe SK, Sevilla FC and Atalanta BC, registering 20 goals in a total of 408 appearances. 

‘Kjær has been the captain of the Denmark national team since 2016, with three goals in 95 appearances.’ 

Despite the reinforcement in defence, the club are reportedly still interested in signing Jerome Boateng from Bayern Munich. 

Arsenal also retain an interest in the experienced German World Cup winner.  

Kjaer is an experienced defender and should help sure things up at the back for AC Milan

Kjaer is an experienced defender and should help sure things up at the back for AC Milan

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Playing for fire-ravaged Australia, ‘things just fell into place’ for Smith

After the first two holes of the Sony Open, Cameron Smith was already 4 over par. With two holes remaining, he was still two shots behind Brendan Steele.

But with an eye on the troubles facing his homeland, Smith persevered through both situations and found a way to lift the trophy at water-logged Waialae Country Club, defeating Brendan Steele in a playoff for his first individual PGA Tour victory.

It was an unexpected turn of events given how well Steele played for much of the weekend, and it came despite the 72nd hole being engulfed in drama for the second time in as many weeks. Smith needed to hole a 9-foot putt on the final green simply to force overtime; he did so with gusto, then authored the decisive shot of the week when he escaped from under a tree on the first extra hole and rolled his approach to within 15 feet.

It capped a breakthrough week for Smith, 26, who won the Zurich Classic team event in 2017 when paired with Jonas Blixt but had been searching for his first taste of solo triumph on Tour.

“You just had to hang in there. No one was playing good golf today, it seemed like,” Smith told reporters. “That’s been one that I’ve wanted to tick off for quite some time. I’ve been out here four or five years now, and to finally say that I’ve won an event by myself is quite good.”

With weather a factor all week, Waialae was a soggy shell of its former self during the final round. Mud patches were abundant, the 18th green had to be squeegeed as the leaders lined up their final shots and the playoff was shifted to the par-4 10th because of the poor playability of the home hole.

Several professional golfers are doing their part to raise money for those affected by the Australian bushfires.

Those wet conditions offer a vivid juxtaposition to those experienced in Smith’s native Australia, where brushfires continue to ravage much of the continent. Smith and fellow Aussie Marc Leishman spearheaded a charitable donation effort based on birdies and eagles this week and encouraged other players to join; Smith’s uncle is one of thousands of Australians directly impacted by the fires. The Tour offered to match player donations this week and the International Team from last month’s Presidents Cup chipped in $125,000. 

Smith’s victorious play translated into $10,500 in donations based on his personal scorecard, and he shared with the trophy by his side that his early-week efforts to scrape back into contention were fueled in large part by a desire to chip in as much as he can toward ongoing relief efforts.

“I’ve always been quite good at not giving up. I’ve never felt the need to kind of mentally check out in any way,” he said. “I started bogey, triple bogey (on Thursday), and then finished that day even par and progressed from there. So yeah, I mean, it was a big fight all week basically.”

Just one month after the playing of the Presidents Cup in Australia, the International team announced Saturday that it will donate $125,000 from its charitable fund toward bushfire relief efforts.

Smith has been in and out of the top 50 in the world rankings over the last few years, reaching as high as No. 24 last spring. But despite his team win with Blixt a few years back and numerous triumphs in Australia, he’s largely viewed behind the likes of Leishman and Adam Scott when it comes to Aussies playing regularly in the U.S.He narrowly missed out on a top-50 ranking at the end of 2019, meaning he entered the new year without a Masters invite secured.

But prior to that he was a surprising force in front of partisan crowds at the Presidents Cup, where his normally stoic and soft-spoken persona flashed a rare air of emotion. And thanks to his comeback victory on Oahu, he can safely book travel for Augusta in April.

With an Olympic berth now a realistic goal, Smith can ditch the asterisk that comes with having a lone Tour victory come from a team event. He’s a winner on the biggest stage in his own right, the product of an unlikely comeback during a week when the resiliency of his homeland has been on full display.

“Things just fell into place,” Smith said. “Sometimes you just need a little bit of luck to kind of fall your way, and you never know what can happen.”

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Transfer news LIVE: Manchester United, Tottenham, Arsenal, Real Madrid and more

Transfer news LIVE: Gedson Fernandes due in London to complete Tottenham medical while Bruno Fernandes’ £60m move to Manchester United is ‘imminent’… plus more from the Premier League, Serie A and LaLiga

Following the long-term lay-offs of Harry Kane and Moussa Sissoko, Tottenham are scouring the market for replacements before the winter window closes.

It’s day 13 of the transfer window with clubs across Europe battling it out for their mid-season targets before the end of the month.

Want to know who your club are looking to purchase? Follow our live transfer blog to find out as Sportsmail keeps you updated with all the latest news.



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Morgan & Friends raise $1 million to fight cancer

Morgan Pressel started the new year continuing her fight to end the disease that took her mother’s life.

The 13th annual Morgan & Friends Fight Cancer event at St. Andrews Country Club in Boca Raton, Florida, on Monday raised $1,000,622. It marked the fifth consecutive year the effort topped $1 million, raising total funding to $9.5 million over the years.

Pressel’s mother, Kathryn Krickstein Pressel, died in 2003 of breast cancer.

“When we first started this, the thought was if we can save one person, one life, one family, everything that goes with breast cancer and all the heartbreak that goes with that, it will be worth it,” Pressel told LPGA.com.

The effort’s impact has reached far beyond that, with the monies raised supporting patient care and research at the Boca Raton Regional Hospital, funding the Kathryn Krickstein Mammovan and also helping efforts at the Sylvester Cancer Center at the University of Miami.

Juli Inkster, Paul Creamer, Lexi Thompson, Brooke Henderson, Brittany Lincicome, So Yeon Ryu, Jessica Korda, Gerina Piller, Billy Horschel and Martin Hall joined Pressel in the effort.

Pressel grew up at St. Andrews and still lives there today with her husband, Andy Bush. She credits the tight-knit community for continuing to inspire her with its level of support in honor of her mother’s memory.

“I’m so thankful for all the people who have been here from the beginning,” Pressel said.

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BJP Leader Vivek Venkataswamy Inaugurates Open Boxing Champion Ship | V6 News

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Widespread reports suggest Barcelona have informed Ernesto Valverde that he has been sacked

Numerous reports across the Spanish media this evening back the story that Barcelona have informed Ernesto Valverde of his dismissal. Barca downed by Atletico The La Liga champions are currently in the midst of a concerning spell of form. The Blaugrana have managed just 1 win from their last 5 outings across all competitions. Their […]

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