MILAN NEWS

Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini confirms “Inter and Milan matched the offer, but Paulo Dybala only wanted Juventus.”
Milan midfielder Marco van Ginkel believes they can beat Torino, and wants to repay the support of the fans.
Former Milan full-back Serginho believes the Rossoneri have been ‘unlucky’ this season, and backs them to bounce back.
It’s reported Carlo Ancelotti could return to Milan if, as expected, he’s dismissed as Real Madrid Coach.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi confirms sale talks and says all potential investors have asked him to stay on in a role at the club.
Paolo Maldini has become the owner of a new franchise, Miami FC, who begin playing in 2016.
Carlo Ancelotti could take a sabbatical, take over Bayern Munich or even return to Milan after Real Madrid.
Hristo Stoichkov believes Barcelona will beat Juventus “by two clear goals” in the Champions League Final.
Palermo striker Paulo Dybala’s Juventus medical could take place on Monday, according to reports.
A final decision on Milan’s proposed new stadium in the Portello area will reportedly arrive on May 30.
Reports suggest that Milan have joined rivals Inter in the chase to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Ciro Immobile this summer.
Villarreal have joined Milan and Sassuolo in chasing Atalanta midfielder Daniele Baselli.
Former Milan Coach Arrigo Sacchi says current tactician Filippo Inzaghi has had ‘many problems’, and clarifies Inter comments.
Milan’s joint-CEO Adriano Galliani has promised a ‘big transfer campaign’ this summer, and congratulates Juventus.
Jose Mauri’s agent says Milan are in pole position for the Parma midfielder’s signature.
UEFA are reportedly set to relax their Financial Fair Play rules in a move that could potentially impact on Inter, Roma and Milan.
Milan President Silvio Berlusconi talks of ‘several important bids’ and discusses the club’s popularity in Asia, and Pippo Inzaghi’s future.
There are reports that Roma are lining up a bid for Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic as they look to replace Morgan De Sanctis.
Marcello Lippi will reportedly be the top candidate to coach Milan should Xi Jinping’s Chinese consortium complete a deal for the club.
Pippo Inzaghi felt the referee ruined Milan’s 3-2 defeat to Sassuolo, which saw a phantom goal and two red cards.