MILAN NEWS

Xherdan Shaqiri could be heading back to Italy for Roma, Napoli or Milan amid reports he’s ready to leave Stoke City.
Silvio Berlusconi says he will remain as President of Milan for as long as he is needed.
Gianluca Lapadula heaped praise on Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella and admits facing old club Pescara is going to be “a special game.”
Roberto Mancini “would be well-suited to Paris Saint-Germain,” said his former assistant manager, while Pep Guardiola finds “it’s easy to win with Barcelona.”
Documents show Sino-Europe Sports paid another €30m of their €100m deposit today using a new offshore company in the British Virgin Islands.
Udinese Coach Luigi Del Neri has revealed that “I could’ve managed Milan” before Carlo Ancelotti in 2001.
Milan have reportedly received another €30m from Sino-Europe Sports as the takeover bid takes a small step forward.
Both Roma and Lazio are said to be interested in signing Sao Paulo defender Rodrigo Caio.
Gianluigi Buffon assures “Italy won’t have any problems after me”, thanks to Gianluigi Donnarumma, Mattia Perin and Alex Meret.
Gabriel Barbosa hints Inter can still make the Champions League - “we still have the derby and the Lazio game”.
Gustavo Gomez will fly back to Milan after being ruled out of international duty with a muscular problem.
Pier Silvio Berlusconi points out “the deposits paid for Milan are already more than the full price paid for Inter…”
Milan are reportedly interested in Wolfsburg’s Luiz Gustavo, who could arrive regardless of the ownership situation.
An investigation into the takeover of Milan alleges multiple investors have abandoned Sino-Europe Sports.
Former Milan goalkeeper Jens Lehmann doubts Juventus Coach Max Allegri is the man for Arsenal. “Who is Allegri, with all due respect? He is in Italy.”
According to several reports, Sino-Europe Sports have paid €20m, but Milan want the full €100m deposit by Friday.
Milan, Juventus, Inter, Napoli, Roma and Fiorentina all walked out of today’s Lega Serie A meeting in a dispute over television rights.
Adriano Galliani admits “everything is stopped” at Milan in terms of contract renewals and new signings.
Milan have officially announced that Ignazio Abate will miss the rest of the season with an eye injury.
Tomas Rincón reflects on his move to Juventus from Genoa, and reveals he could have joined Milan instead.