MILAN NEWS

Sevilla President Jose Castro confirmed “Unai Emery has an offer from Napoli. We hope he’ll stay with us.”
Michael Essien has officially signed for Panathinaikos after his contract with Milan expired.
Now Carlo Ancelotti has officially turned Milan down, Sinisa Mihajlovic, Vincenzo Montella, Roberto Donadoni and Cristian Brocchi want the job.
Carlo Ancelotti has officially given his final response to Milan and refused a return to San Siro.
“Many clubs are interested” in M’Baye Niang and his agent will have a “decisive” meeting with Milan next week.
Domenico Criscito and Andrea Poli have withdrawn from Italy’s training camp through injury.
Milan striker Giampaolo Pazzini says he is ‘calm’ over his future, despite his contract expiring this summer.
Maurizio Zamparini says Milan, Inter and some foreign teams bid for Paulo Dybala, but he chose the ‘best club’ in Juventus.
Milan defender Cristian Zapata has spoken of his strained relationship with Coach Pippo Inzaghi and is ambiguous over his future.
The agent of Milan target Carlos Bacca has revealed that his client will consider other opportunities, although he is happy at Sevilla.
In the final weekend of Serie A, with the battle for a Champions League spot won by Lazio and a record 47 goals scored, Dave Taylor picks his best XI from Week 38.
Reports say that Monaco are interested in bidding for Milan top scorer Jeremy Menez, while many others face the exit door.
Napoli are reportedly considering an approach for Sevilla Coach Unai Emery to succeed Rafa Benitez on the Partenopei bench.
Jose Mauri’s agent denied reports the Parma midfielder already has a deal with Milan. “There are also two Italian and two overseas clubs.”
Antonio Conte “told me he’d gladly stay on the Italy bench for another two years,” revealed Carlo Tavecchio.
While Jurgen Klopp and Sinisa Mihajlovic are available, Napoli could also push for Sevilla Coach Unai Emery.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirmed he “hopes” Carlo Ancelotti will return. “We have to wait for the result of a little operation first.”
Daniel Caligiuri of Wolfsburg, Nicola Sansone of Sassuolo and Chievo’s Alberto Paloschi are among those called an Italy training retreat.
Pippo Inzaghi begged Milan for another chance. “We woke up late, but the club can see this team has an identity now.”
Edy Reja admits Atalanta “lost intensity” in their 3-1 home defeat to Milan, having taken an early lead.