MILAN NEWS

Milan won a spectacular International Champions Cup match against Bayern Munich, although it was decided on penalties.
Former Milan player Gennaro Gattuso admits to being ‘fed up’ of Juventus’ domination of Italian football.
It is reported that Milan’s Carlos Bacca would prefer to move to Paris Saint-Germain over Barcelona.
Serie A 2016-17 will kick-off with Roma-Udinese, as the fixture times for Weeks 1 and 2 are announced.
Milan and Roma are reportedly battling for Juventus striker Simone Zaza, after he rejected a move to Wolfsburg.
Besiktas President Fikret Orman reveals “we want Mario Balotelli and he wants us”.
Milan legend Franco Baresi praises Coach Vincenzo Montella - “his teams have personality”.
Bordeaux are interested in Milan forward Jeremy Menez, but he waits for Monaco or Marseille.
Carlo Ancelotti explains why he rejected a return to Milan last summer - “I needed a few months' rest”.
Milan Coach Vincenzo Montella admits new Juventus signing Gonzalo Higuain is “among the top three in the world”.
Giacomo Bonaventura says Milan's target is a 'less troubled season' whilst looking to discuss his contract.
Milan's Giacomo Bonaventura praises Vincenzo Montella: 'He's no ordinary Coach, I understand why his teams played well'.
The Chinese investors have asked for yet another extension as they want 15 more days before buying Milan.
It is reported that French champions Paris Saint-Germain are looking into the possibility of signing Carlos Bacca.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic reportedly wants to raid his old club Milan for the signature of Juraj Kucka.
Milan’s Andrea Poli has praised new Rossoneri Coach Vincenzo Montella, describing him as ‘demanding’ and ‘hard-working.’
Reports in Spain suggest Barcelona have entered the fray for Milan striker Carlos Bacca.
It’s reported Milan’s lack of transfer activity is due to disputes between the current ownership and the potential new Chinese owners.
Javier Pastore still likes Serie A, but won’t leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer - “I’m like God in Paris”.
It’s reported that Milan’s transfer campaign is dependent on sales, as the Chinese takeover deal is still in limbo.