Montella is on the hunt for “a win by any means.” (AP Photo/Luca Bruno, File)
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Vincenzo Montella will be in the firing line as AC Milan look to kick-start their season against city rivals Inter in the highly anticipated derby Sunday. The clash takes on even more significance as both teams are now under Chinese ownership – Inter on the payroll of the Suning Group and Milan, the Rossoneri Sport Investment Lux Group.The last time the two Milan giants clashed in the Derby della Madonnina was back on Apr. 15, after Li Yonghong completed his takeover of AC Milan to put both city sides under Chinese ownership.While unbeaten Inter are riding high just two points behind leaders Napoli after seven games this campaign, Montella's side have already notched up three losses, most recently at home to Roma two weeks ago.Napoli have a maximum 21 points from seven games with Roma six points adrift but with a game in hand.
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