MILAN NEWS

Pedro Obiang’s agent has rubbished suggestions that his client will leave Sampdoria for Milan this summer.
Milan have confirmed that they have agreed to mutually terminate Kaka’s contract with the club.
Barbara Berlusconi has had her say on how Italian football’s highest office should be reformed following the World Cup.
Kaka is expected to complete his move from Milan to Orlando City within hours, with reports that he will land in America soon.
Serie A clubs start preseason plans from today, with Torino the earliest to report back and the rest of the League to follow shortly.
A Brazilian agent close to the Ricky Kaka deal has described the player’s vision as ‘clear’: “He wants to return to Brazil before moving to the US.”
Agent Mino Raiola insists Mario Balotelli is used as a scapegoat “to hide the real problems in Italian football.”
Holland have warned Milan midfielder Nigel De Jong is “unlikely” to be fit for the World Cup quarter-final.
“Not everyone at Milan loves Mario Balotelli,” warned agent Mino Raiola, who also blasted Italy fans and the FIGC.
Ex-Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia could join West Bromwich Albion on a free transfer.
Kevin-Prince Boateng claims he was kicked out of Ghana’s World Cup squad “for asking where the money went.”
Sao Paolo confirmed “we are all agreed” for Ricky Kaka to leave Milan for Orlando City and a loan spell in Brazil.
Colombia defender Cristian Zapata blamed Clarence Seedorf for his lack of playing time at Milan recently.
Mario Balotelli “is still the best Italian player out there” and Cesare Prandelli “made him a scapegoat,” according to Mino Raiola.
Juan Cuadrado said having many players in Serie A has “helped Colombia become stronger” after they beat Uruguay.
It’s reported Ricky Kaka will be presented as an Orlando City player on Tuesday, but spend six months at Sao Paulo.
Verona Coach Andrea Mandorlini accepts he will lose Juan Iturbe and Romulo, but hints at a Fabio Quagliarella deal with Juventus.
Gigi Buffon slammed those calling for a generational shift. “You have to judge people on what they are doing, not what they could potentially do.”
Tuttosport claims Mario Balotelli could be bought from Milan by a financial institution and loaned to Juventus.
It is reported that Arsenal still want to sign Milan’s Mario Balotelli, despite Arsene Wenger’s recent attempts to play down speculation.