MILAN NEWS

Milan and Fernando Torres are €2.5m apart from completing a transfer, according to the club’s official television channel.
Chelsea and Milan have agreed a deal for the loan of Marco van Ginkel, and it is now down to the player to decide
Italy Coach Antonio Conte is today visiting the training grounds at Milan and Inter, assisted by new team manager Gabriele Oriali.
Today is seen as a key day in Milan’s hopes of signing Fernando Torres, with Liverpool’s Fabio Borini listed as a first alternative target.
Adriano Galliani confirmed Milan have asked Chelsea for Fernando Torres and are “confident” of getting Marco van Ginkel.
Milan Channel named Fernando Torres, Fabio Borini, Konstantinos Mitroglou and Roberto Soldado as their targets.
Lele Oriali is the new Italy team manager for Antonio Conte and warned Mario Balotelli “must earn his call-up.”
Samuel Eto’o is on the verge of joining Everton, but it’s reported he pulled the plug on Milan in frustration.
Another Milan target has emerged in the shape of Fulham’s Greek international Konstantinos Mitroglou.
The Napoli squad has arrived in Bilbao for tomorrow’s Champions League play-off with Athletic.
It’s reported Milan are discussing a Fabio Borini loan with Liverpool, a cheaper alternative to Fernando Torres.
As expected, Milan have officially loaned defender Didac Vila to Spanish club Eibar.
Tuttosport reiterate that credible competition to Milan for Alessio Cerci’s signature comes from Arsenal and Southampton.
Brendan Rodgers has joked that Mario Balotelli will bring ‘trouble’ to Liverpool, but asserts that in reality, this is the player’s last chance.
Upon completing his transfer to Liverpool, Mario Balotelli last night issued a message of thanks to supporters and teammates at Milan.
Milan target Samuel Eto’o doesn’t look likely to be heading to San Siro, with reports that he has come to an agreement with Everton.
Milan’s official television channel has distanced the club from several of their supposed transfer targets.
Milan have sent their best wishes to Mario Balotelli after he completed his move to Liverpool.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has claimed that Mario Balotelli is a ‘world-class talent’.
Mario Balotelli has revealed his delight at signing for Liverpool, and admits it was a mistake to join Milan.