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Paolo Maldini: I believe Milan can fight for a Champions League spot


Former Milan captain Paolo Maldini says the Rossoneri can fight for a Champions League spot this season.

Last Saturday's win against Chievo saw Filippo Inzaghi's side climb up to fifth in the table, seven points from leaders Juventus but only three points from the Top 3.

"A lot has changed [at Milan], it's a complete new group with a new manager," Maldini told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"The reality is that they don't know what their true objectives are, surely not to win the league, but I believe they can fight for a Champions League spot."

Asked if he will one day return to the club, Maldini said: "There were contacts in the past but I have not been contacted lately.

"If they call I will be more than happy to sit down and talk but I will not be the one to contact them.

"And then, it's not that I have to work for Milan. If it happens I'll be happy, if not I'll move on."

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