MILAN NEWS

Mattia De Sciglio’s agent says “it would not be possible” for the Milan full-back to reject Napoli.
It’s reported Silvio Berlusconi has agreed a deal to sell 80 per cent of Milan to a Chinese group.
Milan and Sampdoria had a new contact yesterday night as Vincenzo Montella seems very close to a move.
The agent of Milan striker Carlos Bacca says there are “several big clubs” interested in his client.
Vincenzo Montella keeps being touted as Milan's upcoming Coach, as he would please both the Italian and Chinese directors.
Former Milan and Juventus Coaches Clarence Seedorf and Ciro Ferrara will continue coaching in China.
Roma are reportedly interested in Carlos Bacca, whose owner Milan would like to sign Juventus' Simone Zaza.
Fabio Capello is apparently being pursued by Silvio Berlusconi to return as Milan's Coach, but a deal seems unlikely.
Milan may reject the bidding Chinese conglomerate as a new offer is rumoured to be on the table to buy the club.
Milan are rumoured to be considering a new, as of yet unknown Coach, after Cristian Brocchi said his final goodbyes.
Croatia international Marko Pjaca was already of interest to Milan, but now Juventus are said to be tracking him too.
Vincenzo Montella is reportedly back on the Milan radar, so he could be replaced at Sampdoria by Marco Giampaolo in a strange twist.
Mattia De Sciglio “is wanted by Juventus, Napoli and Roma, so we’ll evaluate the situation with Milan,” said his agent.
Milan are due to announce their Coach on July 1 and Cristian Brocchi is reportedly stepping aside for Marco Giampaolo.
There is only one doubt for Antonio Conte going into tomorrow’s showdown with Spain – who starts on the left.
Benfica midfielder Bryan Cristante is set to undergo a medical with newly-promoted Pescara tomorrow.
Axel Witsel “likes Naples and Napoli,” assured his representative. “After four years at Zenit he wants to play somewhere hot.”
Lazio right-back Abdoulay Konko is “in talks with Milan,” confirmed his agent.
The Corriere dello Sport claims Milan will target Everton and Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku after the Chinese takeover.
The Chinese takeover of Milan is now reportedly negotiating for 80 per cent of the stock rather than 70 per cent.