MILAN NEWS

Milan continued to be linked with Hatem Ben Arfa, as Alessio Cerci seems to be edging further away from San Siro.
Adriano Galliani says he and everyone at Milan is convinced that the club will do well in the coming season.
Philippe Mexes says losing 3-0 to Olympiacos and 5-1 to Manchester City shows that Milan ‘need to wake up’.
Philippe Mexes has looked to assure Milan fans that despite a poor pre-season so far, the club under Pippo Inzaghi are ‘on track’.
Milan are reportedly interested in Newcastle United midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa.
Chievo-Juventus and Roma-Fiorentina will open the Serie A season on August 30 with Milan-Lazio on Sunday evening.
Max Allegri assured Arturo Vidal is “a fundamental player” for Juventus and expects better against Cesena.
Another Carlo Tavecchio gaffe has emerged, in which he claimed women were “handicapped” in sports.
Daniele Adani sees Pippo Inzaghi as yet to have an impact on Milan’s defence, which he says clearly still needs work.
Mario Balotelli is reportedly letting teammates know of his frustration during pre-season training with Milan.
The Gazzetta dello Sport suggest that today is a crucial day in Robinho’s future away from Milan being determined.
Milan are again linked with Arsenal’s Joel Campbell and expectation is of developments in the next few days.
Puma have released a teaser of their new ad in which Mario Balotelli channels his inner James Bond.
Lazio boss Stefano Pioli sees “an exciting start” to the Serie A season against Milan at San Siro.
Walter Mazzarri expects a “very difficult” start to Inter’s season against Torino, but is already targeting Juventus.
Vincenzo Montella said facing Roma in the opening game will be “extra motivation” for Fiorentina.
The full Serie A fixtures for the 2014-15 season have been drawn up with Max Allegri's Juventus visiting Milan in Week 3.
Milan Coach Pippo Inzaghi sees a “tough start to the season” and is looking forward to Juventus in Week 3.
Adriano Galliani confirmed an Olympiacos offer for Robinho and Mario Balotelli is “99.999 per cent” staying at Milan.
Adriano Galliani confirmed Milan continue to support Carlo Tavecchio for the FIGC Presidency despite a racism row.