MILAN NEWS

Milan’s in-house television channel is claiming that Chelsea have given Fernando Torres permission to undergo a medical with the Rossoneri.
Jose Mourinho has remained coy on Fernando Torres’ future, admitting that he is yet to speak with the striker.
Antonio Conte sees an ‘improved’ Juventus this summer, as he reflects on how they and the likes of Roma, Napoli, Inter and Milan look for the new season.
Milan’s move for Marco van Ginkel increasingly looks back on, as a reported phone call with Jose Mourinho green lights the deal.
Milan will reportedly wait until noon tomorrow for Fernando Torres, but Roma are apparently also in the mix for the Chelsea man.
Torino confirmed Alessio Cerci “asked to leave and there are several options,” including Arsenal, but Milan are out.
Roma President James Pallotta is “very excited and amused” with the Champions League draw, but warned Mattia Destro “is not for sale.”
Milan are in advanced talks with Chelsea, but Spanish media claim Atletico Madrid also want Fernando Torres.
Chelsea are reportedly still pushing Roma to sign Mattia Destro for €25m after Diego Costa’s injury woe.
It’s reported San Siro in Milan – the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza – will host the Champions League Final in 2016.
Milan legend Marco van Basten has mysteriously left the AZ Alkmaar bench for “severe symptoms.”
It’s reported Milan have agreed a two-year contract with Fernando Torres, who now must secure a Chelsea severance package.
Milan’s in-house television service is reporting that Chelsea midfielder Marco van Ginkel’s loan move may still happen.
Talks between Adriano Galliani and Fernando Torres’ agents have ended, with the Chelsea man’s representatives commenting they went well.
Milan director Adriano Galliani is currently dealing with Fernando Torres’ agents to try to bring the Spanish striker to Italy.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest Fernando Torres is happy to join Milan, but attention is still on his salary.
Adil Rami responded via Twitter to an offer from Monaco and warned “I won’t be leaving Milan.”
There are mixed reports on Jonathan Biabiany, as the Parma man is in advanced talks with Milan, Inter and Juventus.
Italy Coach Antonio Conte told Inter and Milan players “to deserve their call-up for the Nazionale.”
Sky Sport Italia claim Parma have offered Jonathan Biabiany to Juventus as part of an exchange for Simone Pepe.