AC Milan: Starting XI for the 2011-12 Serie A Season

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AC Milan: Starting XI for the 2011-12 Serie A Season
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AC Milan have had a rather successful summer in the transfer market.

Two excellent defenders in Philippe Mexes and Taye Taiwo have joined the club on free transfers, Stephan El Shaarawy has joined (on co-ownership) for a fee of €10 million and Marco Amelia has joined permanently to be the club's backup keeper for €3.5 million.

Marco Borriello on the other hand has been sold for €10 million to Roma, a great piece of business considering the congestion AC Milan have up front. Andrea Pirlo has also left for Juventus on a free transfer.

AC Milan appear to be gearing up for one more signing before the start of season, with Alberto Aquilani and Riccardo Montolivo being rumored as the two biggest targets for Adriano Galliani.

However, aside from that one additional signing, it seems that AC Milan are done wheeling and dealing in the transfer market, and so we can now look at how AC Milan will lineup in in the 2010-11 season.

Goal.com lists AC Milan's standard formation as 4-3-1-2, and considering Massimo Allegri won the Scudetto with that formation, it's safe to assume he'll be sticking with it in 2011-12. So that is the formation we will use to determine where each player fits in.  

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